Welcome to NOMORERI.org, a website of the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence (RICADV).
This site is one way that the RICADV has embraced the national NO MORE campaign and its website NOMORE.org.
Join us in standing up and speaking out against domestic violence. Tune into this website for updates on our public awareness campaigns, which include Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) each October, Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month every February, and our Men's Campaign in June.
We also post information here about our policy priorities, our advocacy efforts and the ways you can get involved to say NO MORE and help end domestic violence in Rhode Island.
This year, the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence (RICADV) celebrates 35 years of progress and leadership in the movement to end domestic violence.
Join us for a celebration on October 9, featuring special guest Lisa Leslie, WNBA legend, multiple MVP honoree, four-time Olympic gold medalist and supporter of the national NO MORE campaign against domestic violence.
This June, the RICADV's Ten Men project launched television and radio public service announcements that aired throughout RI.
In their commercial, Ten Men members address domestic violence in their workplaces to show that we all must get involved in domestic violence prevention.
Join us for our Economic Empowerment Train-the-Trainer session, where the RICADV's Director of Policy
Join us for this upcoming training session! Presenter Aida Manduley will discuss intimate partner violence
Please join us in celebrating our 35th anniversary with WBNA legend, multiple MVP honoree and four-time
During this interactive training workshop, the RICADV's Director of Policy Zulma Garcia will address
Join the RICADV's member agency Sojourner House for its 4th Annual Masquerade Ball! Inspired by Mad
At this training session, RICADV staff member Carmen Recalde-Russo will discuss the dynamics of domestic
Your Voice Matters!
We are committed to the prevention of domestic and dating violence, and we know that men can play a huge part in shifting the learned, and often harmful, attitudes and behaviors that exist around masculinity, gender and relationships.
TEN MEN are showing Rhode Islanders that men are already doing the work to end domestic violence!
In 2013, the RICADV's legislative focus was all about prevention. We have been advocating for the Domestic Violence Prevention Fund bill since 2012, a bill that would create a critical source of state funding for primary prevention programs for the first time in our state’s history.
We invite the community to stand with us in support of a violence-free world for future generations.