Loading script and Flickr images
You're invited to our press conference kick-off for Domestic Violence Awareness Month on October 1 at 10 a.m. in the State House bell area. Find out what Senator Jack Reed, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, Congressman Jim Langevin, Congressman David Cicilline and Attorney General Peter Kilmartin are doing to end domestic violence. Experience a special preview performance of the survivor-written and performed SOAR play, "Behind Closed Doors," to be held at the Trinity Repertory Dowling Theater later in October.
During the month of October, RICADV and its member agencies will host many events designed to educate our community and ask everyone to say NO MORE to domestic violence and sexual assault. Visit us regularly for updates to our DVAM calendar and other news.
9:30am - 12noon This workshop is designed to increase knowledge about the intersection of domestic violence
For the entire month of April, Providence City Hall will showcase art by Sojourner House survivors. Quilts
On Thursday, May 1, support Sojourner House while enjoying specialty coffee & whisky in the heart of
The Women's Center of Rhode Island's twelfth annual Women of Excellence Awards Luncheon will be held
On Thursday, May 15, all are welcome to stop by the Sojourner House Drop-In Resource Center in Providence
10am - 1pm Domestic violence between adults puts children at serious risk of both physical and emotional
MAKE NOISE - Break Silence. Beat Violence. The MET Presents: Gavage, Gertrude Atherton, & SEXCoffee
10am - 2:30pm Secondary trauma is very real and often difficult to manage. Listening and responding
3 p.m. - 7 p.m. Take a Stand - Get Help - Together We Can End Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Zumba®