CARE provides comprehensive outreach and prevention education to the campus community on sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking. See below for an overview of our prevention activities and visit the links to the left to learn about all of the ways you can get involved.
CARE offers an array of workshops and trainings to provide a pro-active preventive educational approach to sexual violence for the UCLA community. A few examples of workshops offered in the past include:
- Sexual Violence and the Media
- Intersections of Identity, Consent, and Supporting Survivors
- Redefining Power to Create Healing-Engaged Spaces
- How to Be an Upstander
- Creating Survivor-Centered Programming
- How to Build Coalition Across Difference
- Recognizing the Red Flags: A Workshop on Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships
CARE is happy to create custom workshops and presentations for your UCLA student group or department. We operate from an anti-oppression framework, and strive to create intersectional presentations that address the root causes of violence. Some topics include: an overview of CARE services, identity and oppression, the effects of trauma, alternative healing, dating and domestic violence, stalking, rights and resources, upstander/bystander intervention, and rape culture.
If you would like to request a workshop or training, please click the link below. We typically prefer 2-3 weeks notice, or more, for workshop requests. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to email the Prevention Education Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.