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The Care Center serves UNLV, NSC, and CSN students, faculty, and staff who have been impacted by sexual violence, relationship violence, family violence, and/or stalking. The center is committed to creating a supportive and inclusive environment for all genders through programming, services, and advocacy for the UNLV community.

Current Care Center News

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Campus News |

The UNLV Support Team helps struggling students find success.

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Campus News |

The UNLV CARE Center offers resources for victims-survivors to heal.

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Campus News |

The administration encourages people experiencing loss to tap into these campus resources for support.

Sidath Kapukotuwa, left, president of the Graduate & Professional Student Association, takes a campus tour with UNLV President Keith E. Whitfield.
Campus News |

For many trailblazing students and faculty, the first step in their success is making sure they feel they belong here.

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People |

The new director of the Jean Nidetch Women’s Center focuses on providing victims of domestic and sexual violence a path toward healing and resilience.

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People |

Here's why the one-time temp worker was snatched up full time within a month of stepping on campus.

Care Center In The News

This Is Reno

Non-profit organization, Live Violence Free, presents its inaugural event, #OneConversation, to be held virtually on Thursday, January 27, 2022, and Friday, January 28, 2022, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

KSNV-TV: News 3

Two Nevada universities are reporting an uptick of sexual, domestic, and dating violence over the past two years.


The college years are all about education and new life experiences. And that lack of life experience can make some students vulnerable to dating violence.

Nevada Independent

It can be a challenge in itself for a new mother to return to work or school. Finding a place where she can breastfeed or take a break to pump milk compounds the issue.

Las Vegas Review Journal

When a sexual assault occurs, survivors face an array of barriers in dealing with the aftermath.

It is no different for students who have to deal with the same psychological issues and logistical nightmares. That is why care advocates for the Jean Nidetch Women’s Center at UNLV exist.


Daniele Dreitzer from The Rape Crisis Center Las Vegas, Criminal justice professor Alexis Kennedy and women's center director Christina Hernandez discuss sexual assault on college campuses.

Recent Care Center Accomplishments

  Ashley Yuill (The Care Center) gave two workshops titled "Navigating Transition & Change in the Workplace" and "Supporting Our Staff: Integrating Social Justice & Trauma Informed Frameworks into Policies & Procedures" for the Denver Human Services staff and executive management team. These workshops empowered…
Holly Harden-Ramella and Brenda M. Hernandez (both Jean Nidetch Women's Center) presented at the annual Nevada Coalition to End Domestic & Sexual Violence Conference. Their topic was "Healing Centered Advocacy: Looking Beyond Systems of Oppression." They educated service providers on the core concepts of healing-centered advocacy and how to…
Margaret I. Campe (Jean Nidetch Women's Center) and colleagues at the University of Kentucky's Center for Research on Violence Against Women recently published an article entitled, "Identifying Invalid Responders in a Campus Climate Survey: Types, Impact on Data, and Best Indicators," in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 
The Growth, Inclusivity, Voice, and Excellence (GIVE) Award (Women's Council) winners in this inaugural year are Cristina Hernandez  (Nidetch Women's Center) and the Libraries' Inclusion and Equity Committee. These award decisions were made based on the nominees' evidence of commitment to the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion…
The UNLV CARE Advocate Training program (Women's Center) recently received national advocate credentialing through the National Organization for Victim Assistance. The benefits of credentialing include enhanced recognition, credibility, and mobility in the victim assistance field, and professional identification within victim services. The…
Cristina Hernandez (Nidetch Women's Center) recently was a panelist on "Envision Change and Equality in an Anti-Harassment Environment" at the annual Federally Employed Women's Western Regional Training Program 2019.