SEARCH KENT STATE
CARE: Consultation • Assessment • Referral • Education
The CARE Team at the Tuscarawas Campus of Kent State University exists to gather isolated concerns in one location to be examined as possible patterns of behavior and to coordinate a supportive, positive outreach toward students with concerning behavior when appropriate. The cross-functional team prefers to take a proactive approach, focusing on early interventions toward distressing student behavior in an attempt to change the behavior before the situation escalates.
All referrals and information discussed related to a referral is confidential. This means that the information is kept completely separate from academic records, does not have a physical paper trail, and is not accessible by any individual on the campus other than the members of CARE Team. The identities of individuals who submit a referral are kept confidential by the members of CARE Team; however, once the Care Team reaches out to the student, the student may be able to identify the person making the referral. Keeping referrals confidential is important to each member of CARE Team in order to respect the privacy of all individuals involved and to allow individuals to feel comfortable in making a referral.
There are two primary ways to make a referral to CARE Team.
Laurie Donley, Founder's Hall, Office A132
If you include your e-mail address when you submit a referral to CARE, you will receive a confirmation e-mail that your referral was received and will be reviewed. In some situations, you may be contacted by a CARE Team member for additional information. CARE will perform an outreach based on your referral without providing information about the outcome of that outreach, although there may be some situations in which you will remain involved as part of the outreach from the referral.
Examples of concerning behavior can include, but are not limited to:
Complete this online form to submit your CARE Team concern: