SAVE Program

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

The Sexual Assault and Violence Education (SAVE) Program provides training, educational awareness programming, and support services to the LSU Health Shreveport campus community.  The goal of the program is to reduce incidence of power-based violence (e.g., dating/domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking) on- and off-campus.  The programming provides individuals with information on identifying forms of power-based violence and responding in situations in which they witness or experience harm.  Students, faculty, and staff may seek resources and support services from the SAVE Program in the event they experience any form of power-based violence.      

SAVE Program staff are designated Confidential Advisors; therefore, they are not mandatory reporters (also known as responsible employees) of incidents of power-based violence.  Campus community members may receive support services from SAVE Program staff without instituting notice under Title IX.  SAVE Program staff are authorized to facilitate supportive measures on behalf of students and employees, and they will assist individuals with reporting incidents to the Title IX Coordinator and/or law enforcement (if desired). 

Understanding Stalking

CONTACT US

Grace Nickels, Ed.D.            SAVE Program Officer (Confidential Advisor) 

SAVE Program Office
School of Medicine
Building C, Room 2-448
(318) 813-SAVE (7283)
shvSAVE@lsuhs.edu 

Office Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday-Friday

Additionally, staff is available before and after hours upon request and can meet at other locations by request.

All services are CONFIDENTIAL!

   

Mission

Educate: Educate the campus community to identify and prevent forms of power-based violence. 

Eliminate: Eliminate incidents of power-based violence in our campus community.

Empower: Empower individuals to regain control of their lives in the event they experience power-based violence.

   

Learn how to identify power-based violence.

On-Campus Resources

Counseling
Student Counseling Center
1801 Fairfield, Suite 210  Shreveport, LA 71101 
318-813-6100
www.lsuhs.edu/our-schools/counseling-center

Criminal Reporting
University Police 
Administration Building,        Room 1-129
318-675-6165
www.lsuhs.edu/
about/university-police

Medical Care/Evidence Collection
Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport
318-626-0000
www.ochsnerlsuhs.org/

Title IX Reporting
Campus Title IX Coordinator
Administration Building,        Room 600
318-675-8387 
www.lsuhs.edu/
about/title-ix

Off-Campus Resources

Advocacy Center and Safe Shelter
Project Celebration, Inc.
318-256-6242
www.projectcelebration.com

Criminal Reporting
Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office
318-675-2170
www.caddosheriff.org

Shreveport Police Department
318-673-7300
https://shreveportla.gov/
422/Police

Medical Care/Evidence Collection
Christus Health Shreveport-Bossier
318-681-4500
http://christushealthsb.org

Willis-Knighton Medical Center
318-212-4000
www.wkhs.com

SAVE Program