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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—2013 by The Rape and Domestic Violence Information Center

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RDVIC History

RDVIC Funding

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Monongalia County (304) 292-5100

Preston County (304) 329-1687

Taylor County (304) 265-6534

Text Box: April 26, 2014

1:00 pm — Check-In/Late registration  
(at WVU ‘Lair green)

Anyone can walk, men women & children

2:00 pm — Walk begins

Free Food , entertainment & 
prizes after the walk!!

Father’s Day Weekend 5K

WHEN: June 15, 2014 at 10:00 a.m.

WHERE: Hazel Ruby-McQuain Riverfront Park, Morgantown, WV.

The race will begin near the Hazel Ruby-McQuain Riverfront Park and will progress east along the Deckers Creek Trail to a turn-around point and then back to the Hazel Ruby-McQuain Riverfront Park to the finish line. All proceeds from the race will go towards the operating costs of RDVIC. The RDVIC Father's Day Weekend 5K is a participant in the 2014 Morgantown Area Grand Prix. . 

To enter, click the purple button below:

Eventbrite - RDVIC Father's Day Weekend 5K
MAGP
Eventbrite - Walk A Mile in Her Shoes 2014 - Morgantown