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The University of Vermont's number one priority is to support a healthy and safe community. Occasionally, members of our community find themselves or others in need of additional help and support.

Explore these resources if you are concerned about a friend or student.  Still unsure of where to begin? Contact the Dean of Students Office (802-656-3380) for one-on-one guidance.

In the event of an emergency, please call Police Services immediately at 9-1-1 or 802-656-3473.

CARE Team

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The UVM CARE (Concerning And/or Risky Event) Team is made up of members of staff from across the Division of Student Affairs and academic units. Have a concern? Please complete the form and a member of the CARE Team will be in touch.

Submit a CARE Form

Bias Response Program

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The Bias Response Program (BRP) addresses incidents of bias targeting UVM students, faculty, and staff. Additionally, this program educates the campus community about bias, and institutional policies, protocols, and resources related to bias.

Learn more about the Bias Response Program

Resources on Campus

  Information and Support Counseling/
Medical
Formal Complaint Confidentility
Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity x   x Incident reported: investigation opened if enough information is available.
Bias Response Program x   x Incident reported: investigation opened if enough information is available.
C.A.R.E. Team x   x Incident reported: investigation opened if enough information is available.
Counseling and Psychiatry Services x x   completely confidential except where there is immediate and serious concern about your safety or that of others.
Student Health Services x x   Incident reported: confidential no personally identifying information in report unless permission given except where there is immediate and serious concern about your safety or that of others.
UVM Police Department x   x Incident reported: investigation opened if enough information is available.
Victims Advocate x   x completely confidential except where there is immediate and serious concern about your safety or that of others.