Connect To End Violence

Vineyard Men Take a Stand Against Domestic Violence for Ninth Year

Vineyard men of all ages lined the seawall in Vineyard Haven Saturday afternoon to take a stand against domestic violence in the Island’s ninth annual demonstration, marking a pandemic milestone for the community.

Men's Anti-Violence Event Returns to Seawall

Opposing all violence on Martha's Vineyard, the annual men's demonstration at the Vineyard Haven seawall takes place Sunday.

With Domestic Disputes on the Rise, Police, Advocates Work to Foster Awareness

Stay-at-home orders now in effect Islandwide are posing are new risks for people stuck at home with a physically or emotionally abusive partner.

Standing Up Against Domestic Violence

Island men took a stand along the Vineyard Haven seawall Saturday afternoon in the eighth annual demonstration against domestic violence. The event was organized by Connect to End Violence, a program of Martha’s Vineyard Community Services.

Answering the Call of Domestic Violence

Asked about the hundreds of domestic disturbance complaints they respond to each year, Island police were in agreement: it’s not an easy call.

Hard Truths About Relationship Violence

Connect to End Violence makes contact with hundreds of community members every year through prevention, education and outreach events.

Gazette Subscription Promotion Benefits Connect to End Violence

Connect to End Violence has been named the beneficiary of the Vineyard Gazette’s annual holiday subscription promotion.

Vineyard Men Stand Tall Against Domestic Violence

Island men stood atop the Beach Road sea wall in Vineyard Haven Saturday morning for the seventh annual demonstration against domestic violence.

Domestic Violence Awareness Walk Has Added Emphasis

More than 60 Islanders turned out for the annual sexual assault awareness walk in Oak Bluffs Saturday morning.

Women Hold Center Stage at The Vagina Monologues

Sunday night's performance of The Vagina Monologues at the Old Whaling Church brought in a packed house and drew thunderous applause.

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