What does the Violence Intervention & Prevention (VIP) Center do?
The VIP Center focuses on advocacy and violence prevention for the University. The VIP Center is a confidential resource for Creighton students, faculty, and staff. We provide advocacy, information, resources, and support in addition to programmatic efforts around violence prevention.
Confidential advocacy for individuals who have experienced sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, harassment, stalking, or discrimination
Information on a rights under Title IX
Information and assistance with reporting an incident to the University and/or Omaha Police Department
Assistance in regards to housing, coursework extensions, absences, safety planning, and more
Information on counseling and medical services
Referrals for on- and off-campus resources
Prevention Education focusing on bystander intervention
Green Dot Program - Green Dot is a campus-wide effort to reduce violence by engaging bystanders and promoting positive, proactive behaviors
Education and Training
We offer programs on sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, stalking, harassment, and bullying. Workshops are available for student groups, classes, meetings, student organizations, departments, and more
Remember, we're in Brandeis Hall Room 101 right next to the Brandeis Dining Hall!