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When to Refer

It can be difficult to determine when help is needed. Here are some general guidelines for when a referral to CARE may be needed.

  • If your efforts to manage a significant behavioral issue has not resolved the issue.
  • If the behavior is unusual or abnormal from what you know of the person.
  • If you are concerned about the welfare of an individual, yourself, or others.
  • If the individual’s behavior is starting to impact others ability to live and learn on campus.
  • If you have referred an individual to CARE in the past and there seems to be no improvement or behavior seems to be worsening.

Below you will find some information on behaviors that may warrant outside support.

Concerning Behavior

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