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We all have the ability to help someone experiencing relationship abuse. No one can do everything, but everyone can do something. Together, our collective actions can make a big difference.

Our most recent public awareness campaign "Get Off the Bench!" features URI student athletes saying NO MORE to dating and domestic violence and asking their fellow Rhode Islanders to do the same.

How will you play your part? How will you say NO MORE?

Welcome to NO MORE RI

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

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Get Off the Bench!

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?

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"Something" – Click above to watch our public service announcement featuring URI student athletes

Join Us at the State House

Our legislative priority in 2016 is preventing domestic violence homicides.

Join Us at the State House

Rhode Island cannot afford another deadly year of domestic violence. We must stand together to tell our legislature that inaction is not an option!

Visit our website to learn what's at stake for victims of domestic violence this year and how you can help build a safer Rhode Island.

Calendar of Events

  • 28 May
    Riseup Paranormal Bowling Night - to Benefit RICADV 28 May 2016 06:00 PM to 10:00 PM

    On Saturday May 28, Riseup Paranormal is sponsoring a Bowling Night at AMF Cranston Lanes. Admission is $20 at the door, this includes shoe rental. Proceeds will benefit the Rhode Island Coalition Against

  • 16 Jun
    Wild Women Luncheon - WRC 16 Jun 2016 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM

    Spring has sprung, and so has the Women's Resource Center's annual “Wild Women” Luncheon! This year, The Carnegie Abbey Club will provide a picturesque backdrop for the Women’s Resource Center’s

  • 28 May - 16 Jun

Prevention Corner

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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.

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New Teen Center!

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.

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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.

DV in RI

The six member agencies of the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence provided community services to 9,733 victims of domestic violence in 2013.

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Dating Violence Info

Approximately 1 in 3 adolescent girls in the United States is a victim of physical, emotional, or verbal abuse from a dating partner.

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Children and DV

Researchers estimate that between 10%-20% of America's children have been exposed to DV & at least one third of children will be exposed at some point during their childhood.

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