COVID-19 Updates:

Our team is available by phone, Zoom meetings and email during regular office hours.

  1. Are you safe? If not, call 911.
  2. Do you need medical attention?
  3. A CARE Advocate can help.
  4. Are you considering reporting?

Do you need medical attention?

A medical exam can treat injuries, prevent sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy, and provide evidence for prosecution. If you are considering getting a forensic exam it needs to be completed within 120 hours (5 days) after an assault for evidence collection.

University Health Center
https://health.unl.edu/

Bryan West Hospital
2 miles from campus
24/7 : Emergency access

Bryan East Hospital
4 miles from campus
24/7 : Emergency access

St. Elizabeth Hospital
5 miles from campus
24/7: Emergency access

A CARE Advocate can help.

CARE Advocates will help you understand and navigate the resources, reporting options available, and will support you in the decisions you make. See what you can expect from a CARE Advocate.

Are you considering reporting?

You may report to the university, to law enforcement, to both, or neither. It is your choice. View reporting options.