CARE Advocates are here to listen to, support and empower you with the following services:
If you are in a crisis, CARE Advocates can help you obtain emergency help, sort through emotions, understand rights and options, and reach next-step decisions (whatever those may be).
CARE Advocates can help you brainstorm ways to stay safe and make a plan to reduce the risk of future harm.
If you like, a CARE Advocate can accompany you to any appointments and interviews throughout the process, such as:
CARE Advocates are here for you every step of the way, and can help you with ongoing advocacy, communication, education and support.
If you need help with housing or are having academic problems as a result of your assault, CARE Advocates can work with other UCR departments to help you obtain accommodations.
CARE Advocates will connect you to appropriate on- and off-campus services to help you get information, stay safe and heal.
Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) is a survivor-sensitive program that responds to sexual assaults in the community. The SART team consists of the following: