In addition to providing direct services for survivors, CARE is the interpersonal violence primary prevention and education resource on campus. Our efforts aim to intervene before violence occurs and (re)create a campus and society where it is no longer acceptable. In alignment with CARE values, we utilize relevant research and a survivor-centered approach to inform the education we provide. Additionally, CARE recognizes that interpersonal violence frequently intersects with other forms of oppression, creating different circumstances for different communities and identities, and thereby utilizes an intersectional framework to best serve the UC Santa Barbara community.
CARE staff provide educational workshops for student organizations, clubs and groups on a variety of topics as well as training for professional staff, student staff, and faculty. Use the form below to arrange a program facilitated by CARE staff.
Workshops requests require two weeks advance notice so that we may tailor our content to your group’s specific needs. Please see below for a description of each of our workshops and use the form at the bottom of the page to submit a workshop request.