Community Partners

“Connected communities experience less domestic violence. If we improve how and where we live, learn, work, and play and ensure that our environments and relationships support our overall health and wellness, then we can prevent domestic violence.” 
(Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence)

Designed to support the engagement and connectedness of communities in preventing intimate partner violence, this section documents the toll of IPV, the important role that community partners can play, and offers successful models from which to draw.


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