Becoming the victim of any kind of gender-based violence can make a person feel alone. But you’re not alone! Here are a few resources right here in Las Vegas that can help you if you’ve been victimized and need a hand. It’s okay to ask for help.


The Rape Crisis Center

Serving victims and survivors of sexual assault and abuse in Southern Nevada, The Rape Crisis Center provides counseling, long-term advocacy, prevention and education services, and crisis intervention through their 24-hour hotline 702-366-1640


The Women’s Center at UNLV

The JNWC envisions a UNLV community where all students “learn, work, play, and love” without experiencing or fearing sexual assault or relationship violence. We are committed to the belief that all undergraduate and graduate students have the right to a violence-free, supportive community. We are ending sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking at UNLV by promoting social change on multiple levels, centering on empowering students as agents of positive transformation. CARE Line: 702-895-0602


Safe Nest

Safe Nest provides shelter, counseling, advocacy and prevention for victims of domestic violence and their children in Las Vegas. Safe Nest’s shelters are maintained at undisclosed locations for client safety. Hotline: 702-646-4981


S.A.F.E. House

SAFE House provides crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy, and shelter to domestic violence victims and their children in Henderson. Hotline 702-564-3227


Planned Parenthood

Providing sexual and reproductive care to people of all genders, you can find a list of Las Vegas health centers here.


The Gay and Lesbian Community Center

The Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada, a community-based organization, supports and promotes activities directed at furthering the well-being, positive image, and human rights of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community, its allies, and low to moderate income residents in Southern Nevada.


Gender Justice Nevada

Serving trans* and gender non conforming members of the community, GJNV provides services in violence prevention, therapy/counseling, education, and economic support. Hotline: (702) 425-7287


Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth

Serving homeless youth NPHY provides such services as housing, street outreach, a drop-in center, and Safe Place program for teens in crisis. Hotline: 866-U-ARE-SAFE