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Campus Assault Resources and Education (CARE) Program

The UCLA Campus Assault Resources and Education (CARE) Program is committed to the eradication of sexual and gender-based violence through creating and sustaining a safe, healthy, equitable community for all people. CARE provides a safe place for survivors of sexual violence to get confidential support and provides education, advocacy, and healing services.

General Info

Monday - Thursday, Appointment times - 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Walk-in hours - 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Friday, by appointment only - 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Online On Campus 330 De Neve Dr., 205 Covel Commons
Undergraduate Graduate & Professional Faculty & Staff Alumni

Contact Info

(310) 206-2465


  • Healing Programs and Events - Explore programs featuring alternative forms of healing for survivors including yoga, journaling, music, art, and dance.
  • Request a Workshop - Find information on CARE programming and request a workshop for a variety of topics including how to support survivors, microaggressions, and recognizing red flags.
  • Resources for Survivors - Find information about sexual violence, consent, and how to access support.
  • CARE Internship Program - Want to intern with the CARE program and support sexual violence awareness? Find additional information and fill out a form to apply.
  • Meet the Staff - Learn more about the people who work for the CARE team.
  • Schedule a CARE Advocate Appointment - Schedule an appointment with a CARE advocate to find emotional support and resources, as well as to develop a safety plan and address any housing, academic, or personal concerns.
  • Supporting a Survivor - Explore CARE resources to learn more about how to support the survivor in your life through learning about safety options and resources.
  • Education and Outreach - Learn about upcoming workshops that are available by request, as well as how to have CARE table at your next event to provide informational resources to the UCLA community.
  • Peer Education - Explore CARE's peer educator and ambassador programs to get more involved with the community.
  • Prevention Framework - Discover how CARE aims to eradicate sexual violence on campus through three frameworks.
  • Readings - Check out articles surrounding intersectionality and violence prevention.
  • Reporting Options - Find information about how to report sexual violence through the UC Police Department or the Title IX Office.
  • Contact - Access contact information for the CARE center, hours of operation, and exact location on campus.