Vegas Strong Resiliency Center Providing Services Under New Name: Resiliency & Justice Center

The Resiliency & Justice Center serves as a key resource to assist anyone struggling with impacts from the UNLV shooting.

Clark County is assisting with the response to the shooting at the UNLV campus. Updates will be provided on this page, and additional information is available by clicking on the News Releases button below. 

Resiliency & Justice Center:

The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center, established by Clark County and partners following the 1 October shooting now has a new name, the Resiliency & Justice Center. The center is a key community resource for providing trauma-related care as a result of incidents of mass violence. The center is a resource hub to address individualized needs and is working closely with crisis support services that are available to UNLV students and staff.

The center is located at 2915 W. Charleston Blvd., Suite 100, and is open from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The phone number is (702) 455-AIDE (2433).

If you were on campus at UNLV on Dec. 6 and were unable to get to the Family Reunification and Assistance Center, you can fill out the intake form online to be connected with the resources you may need. Click here to access the intake form.

Additionally, UNLV is providing resources for students and staff - click here.


The Resiliency & Justice Center, in collaboration with UNLV and the UNLV Foundation, has set up a fund to accept donations for families of victims who died in the incident and to help those who suffered severe physical injuries. Click here to donate on the center's website if you are interested in contributing to the fund.

Campus Closures:

For the latest information from UNLV, click here

Classes and Winter Commencement:
There will be no on-campus, in-person finals closing out the fall semester. Students should check the UNLVStrong site for updates on arrangements regarding classes, finals and final grading processes.
Winter Commencement for undergraduates will be held as originally planned Tuesday, Dec. 19, from noon to 5 p.m.; ceremonies for master's and doctoral programs will take place Wednesday, Dec. 20, at 4 p.m.

Clark County Coroner's Office:

The Clark County Coroner's Office has released the identity of the three victims in the Dec. 6 shooting:

Professor Cha-Jan Chang (known as "Jerry"), 64, of Henderson
Assistant Professor Patricia Navarro Velez, 39, of Las Vegas
Associate Professor Naoko Takemaru, 69, of Las Vegas

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