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UW Bothell CARE Team
Consultation, Assessment, Response, Education
The UW Bothell CARE Team is a confidential resource for the entire campus community when there are concerns about a student’s well-being. Our purpose is to provide proactive and supportive consultation, assessment, response, and education regarding students who may be at risk or in distress.
CARE Team services include:
Submit a CARE Team Report regarding your concerns
Assessing a student’s well-being
Responding in a caring, non-threatening manner
Educating the UW Bothell community on how to assess and respond to student distress
This group's university-wide membership includes representatives from the Division of Student Affairs, Campus Safety, Advising and Faculty.
In case of an EMERGENCY or imminent threat: Call 911 and Campus Safety (425) 352-5222.
Or call Student Affairs for general questions at (425) 352-3183.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1) Who can contact the CARE Team?
Anyone - faculty, staff, parents and students - who has concerns about the well-being of a UW Bothell student.
2) What can I expect when I contact a member of the CARE Team?
A response within one business day*
Confidential consultation and guidance regarding your concerns
Knowledge that your concerns about a student's well-being will be addressed
3) When should I call SafeCampus?
Call SafeCampus when your concerns have to do with violence prevention, such as domestic violence situations or potential threats to the safety of anyone on our campus: (425) 352-SAFE (7233).
Still unsure? Don't worry. Just make the call. They will appreciate your concern and will be happy to assist you.
* Consultation requests made after 5:00pm are considered to be received on the following business day. (For example, a consultation request sent at 5:15pm on Wednesday will be received on Thursday, and a response will be provided by Friday.)