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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.)





CARE Team  Quick Links

Submit a  Report



If you or someone you know has questions or concerns about Title IX (sexual assault, sexual harassment, relationship or dating violence, or stalking), please review the support available and University policies.