The JNWC is working remote and our office is closed for in-person appointments, but clients can schedule for online appointments or call the hotline for immediate assistance
UNLV students can receive individual support to assist them through the process of making decisions, accessing support, working through feelings, and exploring the impact and meaning of their experiences. The decision to receive support services is often made while dealing with challenging circumstances, so our hope is to make getting started easier.
Call the 24/7 CARE Line
UNLV students impacted by relationship or sexual violence can call 702-895-0602 to receive trained, confidential support.
Schedule an Appointment
Fill out this form to schedule an appointment with a CARE Advocate.
We are open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (except during university closures). The offices are located in the Student Services Complex - A, Room 255. Come in during business hours to meet with an available CARE Advocate or make an appointment.
What do we provide?
Safe and confidential space to connect with peers
Often, students feel nervous talking with others about experiences that include violation, betrayal, and/or harm. Sometimes talking with another student can help ease anxiety, but there is no expectation that students share their personal stories with us. The CARE Advocates are well-trained, ready to listen, and available to help students understand their options and resources.
Trauma-informed, healing centered support and crisis response
If the student has had a recent experience of sexual harassment, sexual violence, relationship abuse, or stalking, CARE Advocates can assist in getting time-sensitive health and safety resources and other accommodations. We will provide the student with a variety of options so they can choose their next steps.
Resources and connection to multiple services and options on and off campus
We collaborate with multiple offices across campus and in the community. CARE Advocates can explain the role of multiple on-campus offices and community-based resources in order to assist the student with a variety of options for support.