Advocacy and Resources
We have trained advocates to help victims, survivors, or those affected by sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking. We offer confidential and nonjudgmental on-campus advocacy to help you through the process of healing. This includes support, education, resources, and referrals. We help empower students and staff to make their own choices by providing options and support for their decisions.
- Campus Advocacy Resource and Empowerment (CARE) Line — The CARE Line is a 24-hour campus crisis hotline available to victims/survivors of interpersonal violence, as well as their family and friends. Trained volunteer advocates provide support, education, resources, and referrals to on and off campus entities involving crimes of sexual assault, domestic or dating violence, and stalking. 702-895-0602
- Advocacy Support Response Team Against Violence (ASERTAV) — This group is dedicated to raising awareness about interpersonal violence, including, but not limited to, sexual assault, rape, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, throughout the UNLV community. It is our hope that, through education and awareness, the incidence of interpersonal violence can be drastically reduced. ASERTAV strives to coordinate a collaborative response to student, staff, and faculty members of our community who may have been affected by violence. Our goal is to communicate to survivors that they are not alone during their recovery by providing resources, support, advocacy, and education.
- Peers Advocating for Anti-Violence Education (PAAVE) — This organization is committed to educating students about the violent culture we live in, which perpetuates relationship and sexual violence. Our mission is to grant access to knowledge, increase sensitivity, and change individual attitudes about sexual violence through our peer education program. To accomplish our mission, our program utilizes the latest developments in the anti-violence movement.
- Students United for Reproductive Justice (SURJ) — This organization helps bring a voice to the reproductive justice movement on campus, including, but not limited to, women of color, immigrants, and sex workers. Protection and supporting rights such as the right to have safe, healthy, and realistic options involving reproduction, safe sex, and contraception.