Welcome to NOMORERI.ORG, a website created to help end dating/domestic violence and sexual assault and provide tools to those who want to take a stand and pledge no more. It is run by the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence (RICADV) and modeled after NOMORE.ORG, a website for the national NO MORE campaign. Learn about the national NO MORE movement by clicking here.
Join the RI movement at NOMORERI.org. If you have questions, ideas, or feedback about NOMORERI.org contact us.
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The court advocacy offices run by our member agencies are slated to be closed on Mondays starting June1, 2013 because of severe state budget cuts. We have absorbed these reductions over the last 7 years, but can no longer do so.
This will be the FIRST time in the program's 25 YEAR HISTORY that the doors will be CLOSED to victims.
But, it's not too late to stop this from being a permanent loss. You can help restore funding to these vital, lifesaving resources for victims of domestic violence by calling your legislator.
Please visit our policy page for more details.
Needed: -New underware -Socks -Sweatpants -Short-sleve and long-sleve shirts -Monetary donations (cash
RICADV Observed Holiday
Stay tuned for more news from Ten Men. Ten Men was established in the spring of 2012 as a strategy to
RICADV Observed Holiday
TEN MEN: RI's Ten Men Project was established in the spring of 2012 to engage male allies in the prevention of domestic violence. Most men who are not violent are not sure how to help, and remain silent in the face of other men's violence. Ten Men is the first statewide effort made up of diverse male leaders who have stepped forward and committed to breaking that silence.
This legislative season has been very exciting for RICADV, its six member agencies and SOAR up at the State House.
RICADV recently introduced a bill that we called the Domestic Violence Prevention Fund Bill (H-5854 / S-0551). The bill would increase the marriage license fee to fund domestic violence prevention programs throughout the state.
A hearing was held on Thursday, May 9, 2013. Check back soon for updates.
It can be hard to tell if your relationship is healthy. Take this quiz for some guidance.
And, if you're experiencing domestic / dating violence and in immediate trouble, dial 911. You may also call 1-800-494-8100, 24 hours a day for more info and a variety of resources.