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CARE staff strive to provide training for staff, faculty and student leaders about responding to incidents of sexual violence, bystander intervention, and other topics by request. We will work with you to meet the needs of the audience. 

Support Starts Here

Support Starts Here gives participants the skills to effectively support a survivor of sexual violence, relationship violence, or stalking. The training will help create a community that can listen to, support, and refer survivors in meaningful ways. This two hour training is open to faculty, staff, and students and we ask for a minimum of 10 participants to be involved. If your group is interested please fill out our Program Request Form or reach out to to schedule a training.

CARE is also happy to offer programs on other topics, including:
Please fill out the Program Request Form or reach out to to schedule a training.

Step Up

Step Up is a bystander intervention training program that aims to create a more engaged Northwestern community by providing students, faculty, and staff with the basic tools to safely and effectively intervene in situations where someone might be in danger.

Participants in this 90 minute training leave with an understanding of the barriers to intervention and the strategies they can take to intervene.

Step Up is co-managed by CARE and Social Justice Education.  For more information, or to request a program, visit the Social Justice Education website.