COVID-19 Information

We hope that you and your families are staying safe and healthy during these unprecedented times. CARE recognizes the additional hurdles created for survivors by the COVID-19 health crisis, in particular survivors who may be exposed to an increased risk of domestic violence. The need for resources and support has never been greater for our community.

CARE remains available and operational to provide support services to all UC Davis students, staff, and faculty. However, to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) we are providing services remotely. To speak with a confidential advocate, please email us at

You can also reach us by calling (530) 752-3299. During business hours (Monday-Friday between 8-5 pm) please leave a message and the advocate will call you back promptly. Should you call after hours, you are welcome to leave a message that will be returned the next business day or select the option to be connected with a confidential counselor.

If you are looking for information regarding Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act: Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF), please contact the Financial Aid Office. You can also find more information here:

Get Help

Dear survivor, it is not your fault.

Confidential victim advocacy services are available to all UC Davis and UC Davis Health community members, including: undergraduate and graduate students, students in our professional schools, staff, faculty and academic appointees.  CARE has offices, and is able to provide services, at the UC Davis campus in Davis and UC Davis Health in Sacramento.

Crisis Intervention

CARE advocates can help survivors in crisis by helping to process emotions, explaining rights and options, and coming up with safety plans. Crisis intervention is available to survivors and any friends, housemates, colleagues, or family members of the survivor.


If a survivor of sexual harassment or any form of sexual violence chooses to report their experience to Title IX and/or law enforcement, CARE advocates are able to accompany the survivor to any appointments or interviews throughout their reporting process.  CARE advocates are also able to accompany a survivor of sexual assault to their evidentiary or forensic exam regardless of whether the survivor chooses to report their assault.

Case Management

CARE advocates can help a survivor navigate various options related to their unique situation:

  • Coordinating meetings and communications with law enforcement, the district attorney’s office, Title IX, etc.

  • Assisting with obtaining protective orders

  • Providing ongoing advocacy and support

Resource Referrals

CARE can help individuals get connected to other resources, both on-campus and off-campus, in order to answer questions, explore options and aid in the healing process.

  • Counseling

  • Victim witness advocates and family justice centers

  • Community sexual assault and domestic violence organizations

  • Medical assistance

  • Police departments


If a survivor’s academics, housing, or employment are being negatively impacted due to an assault or abuse, CARE advocates can help obtain any necessary accommodations by working with other campus departments, your landlord/housing agency, and/or your employer.