About CARE

Mission Statement

CARE staff provide resources and direct services that are non-judgmental, survivor-focused and empowering. CARE recognizes that each person’s experience is unique, and staff are available to help each survivor assess their reporting options and access resources that meet personal needs. CARE staff can also provide information and other support services to friends and family of survivors. In addition to direct survivor services, CARE offers campus-wide programming on sexual violence, consent, and bystander intervention, among other topics.

Contact Us

In-person: Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 1:00pm - 4:00 pm (Summer Hours)
By Phone/Crisis Hotline (765) 495-CARE: 24/7
CARE@purdue.edu
After-hours hotline available 24/7

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Current Location

Duhme Hall (Windsor), 1st Floor (Room 143)
205 North Russell Street
West Lafayette, IN 47906-4238

Who We Are

Monica Bloom

Monica Bloom

Director    

Monica originally came to Purdue in a compliance role. After working for several years with students on sexual violence matters, her passion for survivors of gender-based violence led her to transition to advocacy and education work with CARE.

Chris Greggila

Chris Greggila

Assistant Director

Both as an academic advisor and Office of the Dean of Students staff member, Chris has worked to advocate and support students since beginning at Purdue.  His desire to blend advocacy, support, and education led him to working with CARE to help raise awareness about sexual violence on campus.

Kasey Richardson

Kasey Richardson

Assistant Director

Kasey has been a victim advocate for many years, both at the Tippecanoe County Prosecutors Office and at Purdue.  She was hired as the first student advocate in the Office of the Dean of Students and looks to continue supporting survivors through her work in CARE.

765-495-CARE

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