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CARE offers prevention education and professional training to members of the UC Davis campus in Davis and UC Davis Health in Sacramento. Our education programs aim to raise awareness of the dynamics of sexual harassment and sexual violence, including sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking, and to reinforce behaviors indicative of healthy relationships and healthy sexual communication. Additionally, our education programs seek to provide community members with the right tools to intervene to stop abuse and change social norms. We offer workshops, classes, and consultation.  Workshops are available to academic classes, departments, residence halls and other groups.  Workshops are facilitated by professional staff or peer educators and utilize discussion, role plays, exercises and activities.

Topics for prevention programs include:

  • CARE Services: Learn about CARE's client and educational services including healing resources and how to get involved. 
  • Preventing Violence as an Upstander: Understanding the concept of being an active bystander and the obstacles to intervention along with strategies to overcome them.
  • Healthy Sexual Communication & Consent: Recognizing components of affirmative consent and how to have healthy sexual communication.
  • Building Healthy Relationships Through Boundary Setting: Learn the core values of healthy relationships and recognize how to respond to and set boundaries in relationships. 
  • Trauma-Informed Support for Survivors: Understand diverse responses, behaviors, and reactions that may show up for survivors of trauma. Learning how to support survivors through trauma informed communication.
  • Dynamics of Intimate Partner Violence & Stalking: Understand the differences between healthy, unhealthy, and abusive relationships and be able to describe the cycle of abuse and stalking behaviors. 
  • Overview of Sexual Assault and Harassment: Learn about the prevalence of sexual assault and harassment and acquire strategies to promote a culture of affirmative consent and respect.  
  • Survivor Rights and Options: Understand survivor rights on campus when choosing not to report or when choosing to report to Title IX and/or Law Enforcement.

CARE has several programs designed to cover these topics. Specialized programs are also available to fit the needs of a specific group.

Interested in hosting a CARE program? Submit your request here.

Training for Professionals

Professional trainings are designed to provide specialized knowledge and skills to individuals who work with survivors of sexual violence in the course of their job.

Topics for professional trainings may include:

  • Impact of trauma on memory and behavior
  • Trauma-informed interviewing strategies
  • Supporting a survivor as a Responsible Employee
  • Survivor rights and options

Training can be tailored to meet the unique needs of the requesting department. All professional training is facilitated by CARE staff.

To request a professional training, please email