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. Get Help
Primary prevention and education program aimed at engaging men in preventing violence against women.
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Resolve of Greater Rochester :PO Box 21, Fairport, NY  14450:585.425.1580:info@resolve-roc.org
Need help?  585.425.1580

OCTOBER 10, 2015

December 3, 2015
5:30 PM
Women's Personal Safety Course
Fausts USA Karate
6780 Pittsford-Palmyra Rd, Fairport, NY 14450
For details call 425-3370 or email Senseikf@FaustsUSAKarate.com

January 29, 2016
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Volunteer Celebration
Hosted by Alli O'Malley
at her home in Fairport
Details Coming Soon!

February 6, 2016
1:00 - 4:00 PM
Dolly Tea Party & Fashion Show
Hosted by Perinton Presbyterian Church
Details Coming Soon!

April 7, 2016
7:00-9:00 AM
3rd Annual Resolutionary Awards
at Monroe Golf Club
Guest Speaker: To be announced
Details Coming Soon!

2015 RESOLUTIONARIES:  From left: Vincent Butler, Founder, MENs Worshop,
I. Geena Cruz, Interim President of SAFER, and Catherine Cerulli, JD, PhD, Susan B. Anthony Center for Women's Leadership at U of R. Pictured with Alli O'Malley, Executive Director, RESOLVE, and Joe Ehrmann, Coach for America
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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.

2016 Nominations open in October. Will you be the next Resolutionary?
2015 Resolutionary Award Recipients: Vincent Butler, I. Geena Cruz, Catherine Cerulli, pictured with Alli O'Malley and Joe Ehrmann, Coach for America
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October is domestic violence awareness month and RESOLVE is taking the issue to the community in a unique, non-threatening way with purple-painted wooden outhouses that declare “Domestic Violence Stinks”. Campaign extended to 11/11! Please give now.
Oct 5, 2015: RESOLVE receives $20,000 grant from Verizon Hopeline Foundation for Safe Journey Program.
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