CARE Program

CARE: Campus Awareness for Raiders to End Issues of Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking

CARE Program at Rivier


Established through a Department of Justice grant, the CARE Program is a multi-disciplinary team of campus and community partners working together to reduce gender-based violence on campus. The CARE Program supports Rivier University’s mission of respect for all people by addressing domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking through awareness, education, prevention, and trauma-informed services, as well as holding perpetrators accountable for their actions.

Raising Campus Awareness

This PSA was developed in collaboration with the campus community with funding from The United States Department of Justice.

Student Resources

The CARE Program has created these resources to help students gain greater understanding and guidance on CARE issues:

A Culture of Respect: A Guide to Understanding Gender-based Violence on Campus

A Guide to Survivors and Supporters: If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence, dating violence, or stalking …

Confidential Resource Advisor

In 2021, New Hampshire passed a law with a focus on sexual misconduct. As part of the new law, colleges and universities are required to provide a Confidential Resource Advisor to assist campus community members with questions about sexual misconduct and to oversee prevention and awareness programming on campus.

What does a Confidential Resource Advisor do?

  • Provides information on reporting options, counseling, and medical services, and connects individuals with community resources and local advocates.
  • Assist with questions and concerns about gender-based violence.
  • Provides guidance and information on the University’s sexual misconduct policies and procedures.

If you have any questions or would like to connect with our Confidential Resource Advisor (CARE Project Director), please feel free to contact Colleen Mills at, (603) 897 -8211.