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April 1 - April 30

This Sexual Assault Awareness Month, we are Building Connected Communities

NCEDSV is participating in the national SAAM campaign through social media awareness initiatives and by promoting statewide resources for sexual assault.

Join us in promoting public awareness of sexual assault prevention and response through social media. NCEDSV will post SAAM-specific content via our social media channels throughout April that you can then share to your pages to help raise community awareness. Add links to your own websites and resources and share with your audiences.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Learn more about SAAM through the
National Sexual Violence Resource Center’s (NSVRC) website.

NCEDSV defines sexual assault as a form of power-based violence with an explicit sexual component.  This includes, but is not limited to: unwanted touching and/or contact; unwanted fondling and/or groping; sexual harassment; forced masturbation; forced touching of another; exposing one’s genitals or naked body to another without consent; forcing another to watch pornography or sexual acts without their consent; watching another in a private act without their knowledge or consent; unwanted removal of clothing; dissemination of one’s private photos or videos; rape or penetration without consent. NCEDSV defines consent as freely given and affirmative and not the omission of dissent.  Anyone can be a victim of sexual assault including, men, children, transgender or gender-nonconforming persons, and regardless of sexual orientation.


Offers free or low cost health care in individuals, including safe services for those that are a part of the undocumented or refugee community. Services are available to those age 12 and older. Services are provided on a sliding scale fee and insurance is accepted. Teens can receive services without parental consent. No one is turned away for inability to pay.

  • Family Planning Clinic Can provide Plan B to victims of sexual violence as walk ins. Will also test for STD/STIs with birth control appointments, but not as walk-in appointments.

Decatur Location
(702) 759-1039
280 S. Decatur Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89107

East Las Vegas Public Health Center
(702) 759-0889
570 N. Nellis Blvd., Ste. D-1, Las Vegas, NV 89110

  • Sexual Health Clinic Provides testing and treatment for STI/STD’s. Survivors can walk in to receive testing; however, it is best to call and make an appointment since the clinic can close if the maximum number of patients waiting is reached. If the survivor feels comfortable, they can disclose that they have experienced SV and speak to a nurse, and they will try to see the survivor as soon as possible.

Decatur Location
(702) 759-0702
280 S. Decatur Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89107

401 S. Maryland Pkwy. Las Vegas, NV 89101

This 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. This organization is an advocacy network that provides advocacy and community resources for survivors and can assist in completing the victims of crime application. They have free, rapid HIV testing Monday – Thursday.

24-Hour Hotline: (702) 366-1640
Phone Number: (702) 385-2153

RCC is here for all clients affected by sexual abuse and assault. Their services are provided at no cost to victims. Services include medical accompaniment, general and court advocacy, support group, counseling, and yoga.


1800 West Charleston Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89102

Performs Sexual Assault Nurse Examinations and can conduct the forensic exam, Jane Doe exam, or the medical-only exam.


24-hour hotline: 702-895-0602

Cares for any UNLV student, faculty or staff member that has experienced sexual assault, stalking, domestic/dating violence, or is concerned for a friend.



Family and Child Treatment of Southern Nevada (FACT) is a non-profit agency, dedicated to helping Nevadan’s heal from the traumas and cycle of abuse, neglect, violence, and addiction through education, prevention, and treatment services.


The Queer Anti-Violence Project (QAVP) provides Southern Nevada with specific victim/survivor services and anti-violence services directly related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual persons (LGBTQIA).

24 Hour Hotline: 702.425.7287
Toll free: 888.425.7287
Office: 702.425.7288



toll-free 800.992.5757

Helps individuals locate health centers in their area.


24-hour hotline: (775) 883-7654

This community agency connects survivors to advocates, emergency shelter and SANE exams in Carson City, Nevada. They provide a wide variety of services to their community such as advocacy, parenting classes, shelter, victim court advocacy, and more.


Phone: (775) 284-2750

This community agency connects survivors of all ages to advocates, emergency shelter and SANE exams in Reno, Nevada. They provide a wide variety of services to their community such as advocacy and more. Will not pay for STI/pregnancy treatment and testing if a SANE exam is not performed.


24-Hour Hotline: (775) 221-7600
24-Hour Text Line: text SASS to 839863

Help all sexual assault survivors—whether it took place today or 30 years ago. Their sexual assault advocates offer free, confidential support to survivors.


700 North Spring Street Caliente, Nevada 89008

Performs Sexual Assault Nurse Exams and can conduct the forensic exam, Jane Doe exam, or the medical-only exam


2001 Errecart Blvd, Elko, NV 89801

Performs Sexual Assault Nurse Exams and can conduct the forensic exam, Jane Doe exam, or the medical-only exam.


1500 Ave H, Ely, NV 89301

Performs Sexual Assault Nurse Exams and can conduct the forensic exam, Jane Doe exam, or the medical-only exam.



Plan B Website

Helps survivors and advocates locate Plan B emergency contraceptive in their area.

National Sexual Assault Hotline


Governor's Proclamation

Denim Day

April 24, 2023

NCEDSV and NSVRC present the 2024 Visionary Voice Award, honoring Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Norah Lusk. This event is held during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). The Visionary Voice Award recognizes Norah Lusk’s relentless dedication to advocating for survivors of sexual assault. Please join us at the Elko PD Training Room on April 24 from 11-1 as we honor her for Denim Day.


Please let us know about your organization’s SAAM events so we can help promote them by email.

Mobile SANE Unit Tour

April 5, 2024

Take a tour of NVIFN’s mobile SANE unit!

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Donation Drive and Packing Event

April 9, 2024

Give some new clothing, toiletries, gift cards, and MORE to human trafficking survivors. If you’d like to donate items prior to the event, please email [email protected].

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30 year Anniversary Ribbon Cutting

April 23, 2024
S.A.F.E House Advocacy and Counseling Center is commemorating its 30th anniversary with a special ribbon-cutting event.

For three decades, S.A.F.E House has been dedicated to providing vital support, advocacy, and counseling services to survivors of domestic violence and their families. This event marks a significant moment in their journey, highlighting the incredible impact they have had on our community over the years.

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April 24, 2023
Wear jeans with a purpose, support survivors, and educate yourself and others about all forms of sexual violence. For more information visit: denimdayinfo.org.

A Legacy of Resilience

April 24, 2023

5-8 PM at Circa Resort & Casino Las Vegas

Signs of HOPE will be celebrating the strength and resilience of victim-survivors of sexual violence and human trafficking. This year, their goal is to raise $500,000 to continue supporting victim-survivors of sexual violence.

Please join Signs of HOPE’s Denim Day to support their mission and offer hope, help, and healing to those affected by sexual violence and exploitation.

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NCEDSV is participating in the national SAAM campaign through social media awareness initiatives and by promoting statewide resources for sexual assault.

This publication was supported by Grant No. 15JOVW-22-GG-00914-MUMU awarded by the Office on Violence against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in the publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.


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