Welcome to NOMORERI.org, a website of the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence (RICADV).
This site is one way the RICADV is bringing the message of "NO MORE Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault" to Rhode Islanders, in solidarity with the national movement against domestic violence. To learn about the national NO MORE campaign, visit NOMORE.org.
Tune into this website for updates on our statewide 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. You can also find information about Rhode Island's domestic violence service agencies, the RICADV's legislative priorities, and ways you can get involved in the work to end domestic violence. #NOMORERI
October was national Domestic Violence Awareness Month, when we launched a new statewide public awareness campaign featuring URI student athletes saying NO MORE to dating and domestic violence.
Then, we extended the campaign throughout February, national Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, to reach young people in RI.
How will you "get off the bench" in 2016?
"Something" – Click above to watch our public service announcement featuring URI student athletes
Ten Men is made up of Rhode Island men from diverse walks of life who share a common vision—a world without domestic violence.
Visit our website to learn more about the Ten Men project and get to know the 2016 members—ten Rhode Island men who are committed to preventing domestic violence in our communities. #TenMenRI
Click here to listen to Ten Men's public service announcement that recently aired on local radio stations and PANDORA!
Become a better first responder, investigator, and provider of supportive services when working with victims of sexual assault by learning more about the impact of trauma. The cost for this training
Please join Elizabeth Buffum Chace Center for a Cocktail Reception to honor the memory of the organization's friend and colleague John G. Earle Esq. and support the Legal Advocacy Fund established in his
Our annual, free, 45-minute call, will bring together several national organizations, governmental agencies, local domestic violence programs, advocates, allies, survivors and their family and friends
Now more than ever, people are becoming aware of and outraged by the harmful impacts of dating and domestic violence.
With primary prevention, we can stop the violence before it happens in the first place, before people ever become victims or perpetrators of abuse.
We recently launched a new website that adapts to mobile devices to make it more user-friendly.
As part of Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month, we created the Teen Center, an extension of our main site designed specifically for young people.
Use the site to learn about abusive vs. healthy relationships, where to get help, or how to help a friend.
When you Know More, you can Do More.