Early Intervention Form Early Intervention Form


The Campus Assessment Response and Evaluation [C.A.R.E.] Team is a team of New Mexico Junior College Student Services Professionals responsible for assessing, evaluating, and responding to reports of individuals who demonstrate disruptive or otherwise concerning behavior.


The C.A.R.E. Team’s vision is to offer a safe framework for the advancement of responsiveness, access, excellence, community involvement, and success through learning.

Philosophy of C.A.R.E.

The C.A.R.E. Team’s philosophy is that opportunities for education are at the core of effective student services. The C.A.R.E. Team seeks to proactively identify individuals of concern to the NMJC community or in distress and to offer means of support to such individuals as an alternative to or in combination with the NMJC student conduct system.

Who are “individuals of concern”?

The CARE Team encourages NMJC faculty, staff, students, and other stakeholders to submit a report when there are observed instances of: disruptive behavior, personal difficulties, mental and/or emotional instability, or anything else causing other members of the campus community distress.

Why submit a report?

The CARE Team can provide additional resources and individualized help to those who are experiencing difficulties. This support is beneficial to both the individual and the campus community. All referral information is confidential.