CARE Advisory Board (CCRT)

CARE has a robust Advisory Board, otherwise known as a Coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT)

Mission Statement:

The CARE Advisory Board will review, innovate and implement services, policies, prevention strategies and protocols for sexual violence, domestic and dating violence, and stalking in the UC Merced community. 

Membership of the Board includes:

•Alliance for Community Transformations Executive Director & Board Member*
•Associated Students of UCM Representative
•Athletics, Assistant Director
•Campus Climate Director
•CARE Director & Program Coordinator & Campus Advocate
•City of Merced Chief of Police*
•Communications Senior Public Information Officer
•Compliance/Title IX Director
•Counseling & Psychological Services Assistant Director
•Deputy District Attorney *
•Graduate Student Association Representatives (2)
•Health Promotion Coordinator
•Merced College Counselor & Nurse & Prevention Specialists*
•Merced County Victim Witness Advocate *
•Mercy Hospital Emergency Services Director *
•Residence Life Coordinator
•Response Team Coordinator
•Sociology Professor
•Student Affairs Vice Chancellor
•Student Health Medical Director & Staff Physician
•Student Life and Student Conduct Director
•UC Merced Police Captain & Detective & Emergency Services Manager
•Valley Crisis Center Director *
* Community Resource