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Center for Advocacy, Response and Education: Changing Seasons

Since shifting from the K-State Women's Center to CARE, immense growth and new initiatives are underway in our office. The CARE office has undergone several transitions including the addition of a new staff member. Caitlin Carrington joined the CARE team in September 2016 as CARE Coordinator.

In her role at CARE, Carrington meets with K-State students, faculty and staff members who have experienced sexual violence, dating or domestic violence, stalking, or sexual harassment.

Carrington and her husband, Scott, moved to Manhattan from Fairfax, Virginia. She obtained her bachelor's degree in psychology from George Mason University in May 2016. She also is a second lieutenant in the Army Reserves. During her time as an undergraduate, Carrington worked as a peer advocate responding to the needs of sexual assault victims as a student volunteer. She is very dedicated to combating and eradicating sexual and dating violence from our society. In her free time, Carrington enjoys lifting weights, hiking and baking. 

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. CARE encourages members of the K-State community to take part in raising awareness and supporting survivors of domestic violence. Review our #DVAM social media guide to promote awareness. (pdf)
Check out CARE's 2014-2015 Year in Review (pdf)