MU Still CARES: Support During Remote Learning


During this time of social distancing, the CARE Initiative at Manchester University wants to acknowledge that “home” is not always the safest place for all people. Statistically, we know that rates of domestic violence increase during moments of crisis, such as what we are facing today. If you are currently being subjected to violence (physical, sexual, mental, emotional, financial, etc.), have been subjected to violence in the past, or you are a secondary survivor due to the violence experienced by a friend or loved on, please know that you still have resources. 


Ongoing support resources:

Please visit CARE’s resources page to see what confidential resources are available to you. Despite which campus you are on, you will find on-campus and off- campus resources that are available to you.

Hotlines and National Resources

  • For sexual assault survivors:
  • For domestic/dating violence survivors:
  • For male survivors:
  • For Trans survivors: The Trans Lifeline can be reached 9am-4am CT: 877-565-8860. This is a peer support phone service for trans and questioning people run exclusively by trans operators. This hotline is the only crisis line with a policy against non-consensual active rescue. 
  • For LGBTQIA+ survivors: The Anti-Violence Project has a 24-hour bilingual (English/Spanish) crisis intervention hotline that can be reached at 212-714-1141. The hotline is staffed by trained volunteers and professional counselor/advocates, offering support to LGBTQ & HIV-affected survivors of any type of violence, as well as to those who love and support survivors (this includes if you lost a loved one to violence).

If it is an emergency: 9-1-1