The UC Davis Center for Advocacy, Resources & Education (CARE), is a program dedicated to reducing the incidence and impact of sexual harassment and sexual violence. CARE provides confidential advocacy, support, and healing services to survivors of sexual harassment and all forms of sexual violence, including sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking. They also facilitate prevention programming and professional training, and serve as subject matter experts with regard to victim dynamics, impact of trauma, bystander intervention, and social norm change. CARE and the UC Davis Police Department can respond to calls for service involving sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual and dating violence. We are very proud to have CARE as a close team member and valuable resource on campus.
Each Aggie Matters is UC Davis' Mental Health Movement uniting the campus community in an open and affirming dialogue about mental health. This Movement brings together students, staff and faculty to collectively raise awareness, de-stigmatize mental illness and cultivate mental health as a state of flourishing.