CARE Advocates believe that it is always the survivor’s decision to pursue any of the available resources or to report an incident to the police or the University.
Confidential advocacy meetings with CARE allow the survivor to seek emotional, academic, housing, medical, reporting, and/or financial support and guidance.
CARE advocates can provide assistance with requesting academic, housing, transportation and employment accommodations for survivors. We can also request no contact orders and help with the restraining order application process.
CARE advocates can also help explain criminal reporting options through law enforcement, as well as administrative reporting options through Title IX.
If you decide not to report, CARE advocates will support you in that decision and keep your information confidential.