The Care Team Stands For Concern, Assessment, Response And Evaluation.

The team serves as a central network focused on a proactive and preventative approach to intervention before a crisis arises. The CARE Team is a resource for faculty, staff and students by which they can report student behaviors of concern. In some cases there may be no violation of the Student Code of Conduct, but the behavior may evoke alarm or concern among involved persons.

The CARE team assesses the incoming referrals of concerns made during regular business hours (M-F; 8am-4pm) and evaluates them to the National Behavioral Intervention Team Association NaBITA™ standard and determines the best course of action or intervention to that particular individual.

The CARE team is made up of carefully selected members of the college community, each with a specialized background that will ensure the most thoughtful, professional, and attentive response to a concern.

*This page is NOT monitored 24/7. If you are in need of assistance in an emergency call 911. For non-emergencies general help, contact Campus Safety at 603-921-1089*

Meet The Care Team (PDF)

Some Examples Of Observed Behaviors To Report

  • Food and Housing insecurity
  • Hygiene Change
  • Mental Health Concerns
  • Extreme Sudden Mood Change
  • Expressed need for resources

Anyone can refer someone using the concern form to the CARE Team

The referral forms are sent through Campus Safety which will be assessed then distributed to the correct department. Campus Safety will determine whether referrals are sent to the CARE team or are cause for disciplinary action.

Include all relevant information or details that may be applicable to the concern including any documentation. Providing the most clear and detailed referral will ensure the CARE team can make the most effective and appropriate response. Once the referral form is submitted a member of the CARE team will review and contact you if specified.

If this is pursuant to sexual misconduct (Title IX) Contact:

If This Is an Emergency Situation or an Immediate Threat to Self or Others, Call 911 or Campus Safety 603-921-1089.

CARE Team Referral

Thank you for taking the time to submit a CARE Referral. By sharing your concern, you are helping to maintain a healthy and safe campus at Nashua Community College. Please provide as much information as possible. This will allow the CARE Team to offer the most effective and appropriate support. Referrals are reviewed during regular business hours when NCC is open (typically Monday – Friday, 8am-4pm). Please note submissions are not monitored 24/7. Choose CARE Team to report student welfare concerns, safety concerns, conduct policy violations, or relatedconcern or issue. Choose CARE Team if the matter is not sexual or discriminatory in nature.

Care Report Form

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  • Include First and Last Name, Student ID (if known) and phone/email here.
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  • OBSERVED OR REPORTED BEHAVIOR OF CONCERN (REQUIRED- PLEASE CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)*

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    This report will not be monitored 24/7. If the report is filed after business hours 8-4pm, the report will be reviewed on the next business day, If the report is filed on a Friday after hours, the report will be reviewed the following Monday.
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If You Are Reporting An Emergency Situation Or Immediate Threat To Self Or Others Call 911.

For Non-emergencies And Or Assistance Call Campus Safety At 603-921-1089.