Link to Us

Thank you for including a link to the Rhode Island Prevention Resource Center (RIPRC) on your website. Below you will find information on how to link to us and related resources.

1. What is the policy for linking to the RIPRC website?
2. Is there a preferred link description?
3. Is there a logo to link from?
4. Downloadable links
5. What about reciprocal links?
6. Which page should I link to?
7. Questions?

1. What is the policy for linking to the RIPRC website?

The RIPRC is a public domain website, which means you may link to riprc.org at no cost and without specific permissions.

2. Is there a preferred link description?

Yes! Please consider using the following description when you link to riprc.org:
‘RIPRC.org is an online prevention resource and is the official website of the Rhode Island Prevention Resource Center (RIPRC)’

3. Is there a logo to link from?

Please find below several versions of our logo you can use when you link to the RIPRC on your website. If you need any assistance, please Contact Us.

4. Downloadable links:

RIPRC logo, horizontal, medium (2.30 KB)
RIPRC logo, acronym, medium (2.27 KB)
RIPRC logo, horizontal with tagline, small (2.20 KB)
RIPRC logo, horizontal, small (4.64 KB)
RIPRC logo, acronym, small (1.66 KB)

Note: When using these linking logos, please include the alt tag: ‘Rhode Island Prevention Resource Center (RIPRC) website’.

5. What about reciprocal links?

To request a reciprocal link, please Contact Us and provide details about your organization and website. All requests will be considered, but only links that relate to the RIPRC goals and approved by our funders will be featured on riprc.org.

6. Which page should I link to?

We recommend linking to our homepage. However, depending on your site’s audience, you may wish to link to some of our key topic areas or features. Please Contact Us if you would like some guidance in selecting the pages that would be the most appropriate.

7. Questions?

If you have any questions about linking to riprc.org, please Contact Us. Please also see our About Us section for more information about our website and the RIPRC.

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