Teen Action Group

 We need YOUR voice. We know that domestic violence is an issue that touches everyone’s lives and we want to hear ways we can do more to help. If you are high school aged and in the South County community, join our Teen Action Group! We meet virtually every month to discuss current topics around domestic violence, plan ways to raise awareness, and help create social media content. If you’re interested, email amulhall@dvrcsc.org

Despite libraries across Washington County being closed due to COVID-19, our little library at 61 Main Street is open for business. Beautifully built by Frank Kenyon for his Eagle Scout award in 2019, it is filled with great reading options.

Drop off a book, borrow a book, and look inside the Little Library or take a look at our suggested reading list. 

COVID19 the check in
  • Wash your hands

  • Social Distancing

  • Get info from accurate sources like cdc

  • Do not spread any information you see on the internet without checking the source and accuracy

  • Do not spread misinformation and hate online. This is a world wide pandemic and we are ALL suffering. Show compassion for the people around you.

Bystander Intervention
Cultural Competence
Gender Based Violence
Law Advocacy in DV Cases
Thinking About Gender
Know Your IX
Cyberspace Safety
Healthy Boundaries

These presentations were created to help teens understand topics like healthy relationships and boundaries, cyberspace safety, and more.

We are currently working to be able to offer these presentations on-line.

How would you help?
Are you in a healthy relationship?
Teen Safety Plan

other resources:

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Proud Member of the Rhode Island CoalitionAgainst Domestic Violence

DVRC is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization

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