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Training & Programming

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The CARE office staff and CARE Sexual Assault & Peer Education (SAVE) student peer educators provide an array of workshops, trainings and programs that relate to several topics regarding sexual violence.


SAVE peer educators workshop and presentation topics include:

  • Overview on Sexual Violence, Relationship Violence and Stalking
  • Understanding Consent
  • Healthy Relationships and Communication
  • How to Help a Friend
  • How to Be an Active Bystander

CARE office staff workshop and presentation topics include:

  • Overview of CARE Services and Support
  • Trauma-Informed Support for Survivors
  • Understanding UCR Policies
  • Rights of Survivors
  • Intersectionalities, Power and Privilege, and Cultural Considerations
  • Yes, No, Maybe: Making Sense of Consent
  • Healthy Relationships, Unhealthy Relationship Red Flags and Communication
  • How to Be an Active Bystander
Programs - Training
If you, your department or student organization would like to schedule a personalized training, please contact Lisa Chu, CARE violence prevention coordinator, at lisa.yu@ucr.edu.