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.
We recently launched a new website that adapts to mobile devices to make it more user-friendly. This is especially helpful for young people who are smartphone savvy and use them for just about everything!
As part of Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month, we've created the
Teen Center, an extension of our main site designed specifically for young people.
Tune into PANDORA, Hot 106.3 FM, 92 PRO-FM, and 95.5 WBRU throughout February to listen
to our new public service announcement,
enacted by young Rhode Islanders!
TOGETHER WE CAN PREVENT
& END DATING VIOLENCE
At first, we thought our friend's 'Bae' was just really into her. Nonstop texts. Said things like, "You're everything to me."
Followed her everywhere! Spread rumors! Even hacked her Twitter!!!
Our brother said that's dating violence, warning signs of abuse – but what could
We didn't want to see our friend get hurt and found ways to help her. Check back soon for more of the story!
This April, the national Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) campaign will focus on campus sexual violence prevention. The goal of SAAM 2015 is to support campuses in creating a culture of prevention
The Lindsay Ann Burke Memorial Fund (LABMF) is pleased to announce its 2015 Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Poster Contest for Rhode Island middle and high school students. The due date
Cost: FREE (lunch provided) Presenter: Zulma Garcia - RICADV Economic abuse is a tactic that most abusers use to maintain power and control. Victims of abuse are often left with no income, no credit
The primary prevention of domestic violence aims to create social change. We are working to cultivate individuals and communities that do not tolerate violence and support healthy relationships and gender equality.
To achieve this peaceful vision for the future, we must shift deeply ingrained attitudes, beliefs and behaviors that contribute to domestic violence. You can help! Together we can prevent dating and domestic violence. Know More.
Interested in making change happen in RI?
Sign up for our leglislative alerts on www.ricadv.org to stay in the KNOW.
Stand with us! We're gearing up for the 2015 session and will make exciting moves soon.
Visit our Policy page and Teen Center – going live this week! – to find ways you can get involved as a young person in our state!