Center for Advocacy, Response & Education

24/7 Confidential Hotline: 765-495-CARE (2273)

Advocacy Services

CARE provides free and confidential advocacy services to students who have experienced interpersonal violence (e.g., sexual violence, sexual exploitation, relationship violence, and stalking). Our goal is to provide non-judgmental and survivor-focused services to empower survivors to make informed decisions that help them heal.

Appointments can be scheduled Monday-Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm by calling our office at 765-495-CARE (2273) or emailing us at Walk-in appointments are also available M-F, 8-5.

Appointments can be also be scheduled below.

Prevention Programs

CARE offers free campus-wide prevention programming to any Purdue-affiliated organization or course. Workshops aim to engage the campus community in discussions about topics like bystander intervention, identifying interpersonal violence, and survivor support. Schedule a workshop with our Workshop Request Form 

Contact Us

24-hour hotline, including University holidays

  • 765-495-2273
  • Duhme (Windsor) Hall, Room 139, 205 N Russell St, West Lafayette, IN 47906
(Enter through the door off of First Street and go down the hallway to the left)

Schedule an Appointment

We’re here to help. Scheduling a free initial appointment online is easy. Simply click the link below. Select either the VIRTUAL or IN-PERSON option. Click on an available date on the calendar. The open one-hour time slots will appear below the calendar. Choose a time and enter the information you would like to provide. Click "Book". You are all set for an initial meeting with a confidential CARE Advocate. You will receive a confirmation via email.

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