CARE Advising

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Consent Advocacy & Relationship Education Tutors make education programming and outreach events on gender, sexuality, and violence prevention available to their house communities. CARE Tutors are also a resource for students who have, at any point in their lives, experienced interpersonal violence. We are knowledgeable about campus resources, the University-wide Title IX policy and are committed to assuring students’ access to support services on or off campus.

More than anything, we want you to know that you can talk to the CARE (Consent Advocates and Relationship Educators) Tutors about whatever's on your mind. It doesn't have to be some huge event or an official complaint. We've helped people who have experienced something terrible. We've also chatted with people about a their new boyfriend/girlfriend, helped Kirklanders ask someone out via text message, or listened while someone talked themselves through the decision of should-we-or-shouldn't-we-do-long-distance-after-graduation. We're here! 

We are always ready to talk and to help you access the resources that you need.

Kirkland's 2019-20 CARE Tutors: Kori Zorina, Katia Chadaideh, and Thomas Plumb-Reyes

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Other Resources:

  • Through the SHARE website, you can connect with timely and confidential counseling, explore filing a complaint, contact specially trained 24/7 emergency services, and learn about engaging interim measures — academic, workplace, housing, or other support services — to help you continue to participate in all aspects of the Harvard community.
  • You can always approach or contact a tutor for help or more information, but there are several other campus resources. The most important is the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (OSAPR), which is committed to supporting and empowering survivors of violence. OSAPR runs a 24-Hour Information/Support Line at (617) 495-9100. All assistance is confidential.  Calling DOES NOT initiate an official university complaint--that choice is up to you.  Preventing violence comes through education, personal and collective accountability, and social change.
  • University Health Services (UHS) provides confidential counseling resources. A report can be made to the sensitive crimes unit of the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) by calling their 24-hour hotline at (617) 495-1976.

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