What would it take for women to live lives free from violence?

    It takes resolve for women to rebuild after violent relationships.

    It takes resolve for communities to change how they frame 
    conversations around violence committed against women.

    Resolve is an essential ingredient for people committed to change.

Sometimes all it takes is helping people to see what they haven't seen before. That's when they feel empowered to change their own lives and those around them. That's what we're about.

Welcome to the world of Resolve!
Resolve of Greater Rochester, Inc.
A transition program for domestic violence suvivors, offering counseling, support group & resettlement services. Learn more
Primary prevention and education program aimed at engaging men in preventing violence against women.
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Safe Journey
Stand Up Guys
Resolve of Greater Rochester :PO Box 21, Fairport, NY  14450:585.425.1580:info@resolve-roc.org
Need help?  585.425.1580

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January 30, 2015
7:00 PM
Volunteer Appreciation Event
Join us for desserts & beverages
At the home of Alli O'Malley

February 7, 2015
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Dolly Tea Party & Fashion Show
Perinton Presbyterian Church
$20 - Adult, child & doll or teddy bear)
$5 - Additional family member
Call Robbyn Drew at 585-703-1119 for tickets

April 9, 2015
7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
2nd Annual Resolutionary
Awards Breakfast
Special Guest Speaker: 
Joe Erhmann, Coach for America

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
3-Hour Coaches Workshop
Featuring:  Joe Erhmann, Coach for America

Bruce Frazee Memorial Award
for Grassroots Organizers

Winner: Geena Cruz

Susan Horwitz Memorial Award
for Professionals

Female Finalists
Catherine Cerulli, JD, PhD
Susan B. Anthony Center for
Women's Leadership at U of R

Joanne Guarnere
Sr. Probation Officer
Domestic Violence Intake Unit

Male Finalists
Vincent Butler
Founder, MENs Worshop

James Sheppard
RPD Chief of Police (retired)
Made possible by:
An NFL player for for 13 years,
Joe was named the Colts “Man of the Year” and was the NFL’s first
Ed Block Courage Award winner. Parade Magazine named him
“The Most Important Coach in America” because of his work to transform the culture of sports.

The 3-Hour Coaches workshop is based on Joe's acclaimed book, InsideOut Coaching: How Sports can Transform Lives. Coaches from little league to high school to NCAA are welcome to attend.
Register for Workshop
2nd Annual
Resolutionary Awards Breakfast
April 9, 2015 * 7:00-9:00 AM
Monroe Golf Club

3-Hour Coaches Workshop
April 9, 2015 * 1:00-4:00 PM
St. John Fisher College
Cleary Auditorium
The RESOLUTIONARY Awards honor individuals who stand tall everyday in a way that cultivates change as well as inspires and motivates others to join in the efforts to eradicate all forms of violence against women; thus forging paths toward a brighter future that is safe and just for all its members.
Workshop Leader & Breakfast Guest Speaker:
Joe Erhmann, Coach for America
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