CARE provides confidential advocacy, support, and related referrals for students, staff, faculty, and alumni impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking.
CARE is here for all survivors. We believe you and we are here for you throughout your healing process. Your ability or medication status has nothing to do with the validity of your story or survivorship. Whether your disability is considered visible or invisible, CARE is here to support you and work together to best meet your needs. CARE advocates are sensitive to the differing needs of each survivor and will work with you in understanding and accessing the support services you desire. We will always follow your lead in terms of the services you want to move forward with and those you do not wish to participate in.
CARE works with the Disabled Students Program (DSP) to connect student survivors with their services for a wide variety of needs. CARE is continuously working to improve the accessibility of our services for all survivors. CARE also works directly with the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) on campus and community providers to provide students with assistance with their mental health needs.