Campus police: 505-454-3278
Main office 505-454-3445 | 24-hour crisis lines 505-795-3665
CARES staff will be available for individuals both in person and through Zoom. Students needing this service should call CARES staff at the contact information below for a link. CARES staff will provide programming in person. Information regarding programming will be distributed the MYNMHU portal under the announcement sections.
CARES staff in the statewide centers will be accessed through Zoom. Center staff and students are advised to contact Mr. Leon Bustos directly via email for assistance as needed.
CARES Telework Continuity Services Plan
Main campus: CARES staff on main campus in Las Vegas are currently telecommuting.
CARES staff will be available for individual contact via ZOOM. Students needing this service should call CARES staff at the contact information below for a link. CARES staff will provide programming in the virtual environment. Information regarding programming will be distributed globally via email and CARES social media.
CARES staff in the statewide centers will be telecommuting as well. Center staff and students are advised to contact Ms. Burbank directly via email for assistance as needed. Ms. Burbank will provide the appropriate assistance.
The Center Advocacy Resources Education & Support HU-CARES program provides services, suicide prevention, and support to students who are victim/survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Services include counseling, advocacy, and connecting with community service providers.
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HU-CARES also provides educational outreach and prevention, and coordinates trainings for students, faculty, and staff.
Request a presentation from an HU-Cares staff member.
Make an appointment with an advocate
Immediate, confidential and supportive response to survivors is a priority as is advocating for victims of violence. Confidential crisis intervention and advocacy is available to recent survivors, as well as to those working to recover from a past incident.
Confidential services include:
- Crisis intervention
- Advocacy with law enforcement, Student Judicial Affairs, housing and academic assistance
- Accompaniment to interviews with law enforcement and the District Attorney’s office, court, Student Judicial Affairs and Title IX meetings, and the hospital
- Assistance with restraining orders
- Referrals to campus and community services
To speak with an advocate after hours:
Please call/ text the CARES crisis number 505-795-3665. Callers receive immediate, confidential assistance from specially trained advocates
Annual Security Report: Campus Safety Report (PDF)