The Shelton State Community College C.A.R.E. Program (Communicate, Assess, Refer, and Educate) is committed to helping maintain individual and College community safety and well-being through proactive and collaborative prevention, assessment, and intervention.
The Shelton State C.A.R.E. Program is part of an early warning and intervention system that allows the College to proactively provide resources to at-risk individuals. Whether submissions are made online or in person, all requests and referrals for assistance are confidential.
While the Shelton State C.A.R.E. Team leads this effort, it is important to note that the College community shares this responsibility. All are encouraged to provide support and assistance by submitting requests to the Shelton State C.A.R.E. Team.
Primary C.A.R.E. Team Member Areas
Dean of Auxiliary Services (Security and Law Enforcement)
Director of Human Resources (Employees)
Dean of the C. A. Fredd Campus (Students)
Library Services (Students)
Student Services/SOAR Institute (Students)
Adult Basic Education (Students)
Crisis Hotlines and Resources