About the CARE Team

The Campus Assessment, Response, and Evaluation (CARE) Team is a cross-divisional, multi-disciplinary team with a centralized focus on addressing situations and behaviors that have the potential to impede student success and/or threaten the safety and security of the campus and learning environment. Initially known as the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT), the name was changed in 2020 to the Campus Assessment, Response, and Evaluation (CARE) Team. This transition aligns with the nationwide emphasis on using elements of care as a foundation for behavioral intervention and related educational efforts. 

CARE Team Mission

The mission of the University of Michigan-Flint CARE Team is to provide a coordinated, caring response to situations and behaviors that have the potential to impede success and/or threaten the safety and security of the campus and learning environment. This response is tied to the parallel mission of educating and empowering campus constituents to identify and report concerns.