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Welcome….

RDVIC provides a community-based service that promotes the rights of all individuals to have control of their lives without violence.

 

We provide:

 

Emergency shelter

Counseling

Support Groups

Advocacy

Community Education

Volunteer Opportunities

 

RDVIC is a non-profit agency serving Monongalia, Preston, and Taylor counties in West Virginia. We provide services to men, women, and children who are currently experiencing or who are survivors of domestic violence, child abuse, incest, sexual assault, elder care abuse, care giver abuse, sexual harassment, or stalking.

 
Our services are confidential and free of charge. 

We are an agency against violence.

Rape and Domestic Violence Information Center

24-hour crisis hotline (304) 292-5100

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*The information on this website is based on various pamphlets and literature published by the West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the WV Foundation for Rape Information and Services and from the US Department of Justice Violence Against Women Office.

 

Copyright 2011—2014 by The Rape and Domestic Violence Information Center

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Monongalia County (304) 292-5100

Preston County (304) 329-1687

Taylor County (304) 265-6534

Become a Peer Advocate

 

RDVIC, in partnership with WELLWVU have created a unique and valuable opportunity for WVU students. As a result of a grant awarded by the Department of Justice, WVU students can apply to be volunteers who assist in advocating for students who are victims of violence. Selected students will attend a 20-hour training session with special guests to learn about their role as Peer Advocates. 

 

To schedule an informational meeting or to receive an application, please contact Jonnie at jonnie@rdvic.org  Applications can also be downloaded here along with an informational flyer.

We need your help!

RDVIC has been selected as one of two hundred state and local nonprofit organizations throughout the Unites States to partner with the Allstate Foundation in order to pursue a better understanding of domestic violence and abuse through the Purple Purse Challenge. RDVIC is the only organization selected in the state of West Virginia to participate in the fundraiser. The Challenge starts September 2, 2014 at noon, and ends October 3, 2014 at noon.

¨ All donations must come through RDVIC’s Crowdrise page to count toward the fundraiser.

¨ Donations are a minimum of $10.00

¨ All funds raised during the campaign period will be used for financial empowerment programs, and to provide emergency shelter, counseling, support groups, advocacy and education programs to ensure women, men and children are safe from domestic abuse.

 

 For more information about RDVIC and/or Purple Purse, contact Jonnie Kifer at (304) 292-5100 or jonnie@rdvic.org. . Together we can help end domestic abuse.

Go to our Crowdrise page to set up your team page, and start planning your fundraiser for RDVIC today !