Advocacy

Visit the VIP Center

If you'd like to speak with someone in the VIP Center, please call (402) 280-3794 or email to schedule an appointment.

Being a Religious Survivor

A great read for religious survivors can be found at the Know Your IX website.

What is Advocacy?

The VIP Center provides confidential advocacy for individuals who have experienced sexual violence, discriminatory harassment, or discrimination.  An advocate is someone who will provide one-on-one support to individuals.


Confidential Support
The Violence Intervention and Prevention Center at Creighton University is a resource for students, faculty, and staff offering confidential support in the areas of sexual violence, sexual harassment, stalking, dating violence, and domestic violence.  The VIP Center will not share any identifiable information without permission, unless sharing is required by law, or if the information suggests that there is imminent risk of harm to self, others, or the campus community.

Confidential advocacy services available at the VIP Center include:

  •  Individual advocacy for students, faculty, and staff who are first- or second-hand survivors
    • One-on-one support after an incident of sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, stalking, harassment, or discrimination
    • Information on a student's rights under Title IX
    • Assistance in regards to housing, class absences, coursework extensions, transportation, safety planning, access to campus services, and more (students)
    • Information on counseling and medical services
    • Information and assistance with reporting incidents to the University and/or Omaha Police Department
    • Assistance filing Protection Orders with the county
    • Resource materials to assist a friend, partner, or family member
    • Campus and community referrals

To contact the VIP Center, call (402) 280-3794 or send a confidential email to VIPcenter@creighton.edu.