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Advocacy

What is a CARE Advocate?

CARE Advocates are available to support and advocate for UCLA student survivors. They can assist students in finding resources and in navigating the criminal justice system and university adjudication process. CARE Advocates can also assist students in receiving campus accommodations. You can get help from CARE Advocates without formally reporting an assault.

A confidential CARE Advocate can provide information on:

  • Your rights as a survivor
  • Reporting options, both on and off campus
  • Obtaining emergency protective orders, restraining orders or university no contact orders
  • Counseling or medical referrals through UCLA or outside community agencies
  • Academic accommodations
  • Change in living arrangements
  • Change in transportation arrangements
  • Change in working situation

You can reach a CARE Advocate at (310) 206–2465 or advocate@careprogram.ucla.edu