The Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response promotes the compassionate and just treatment of student survivors, their friends, and significant others. It fosters collaborative relationships between campus and community systems, and affects attitudinal and behavioral changes on campus as… Read more about Office of Sexual Assault and Violence Prevention (OSAPR)
Our Harvard Can Do Better is a student activist organization working on the college, university and national level to advocate for survivor-centric, intersectionally inclusive reform of sexual violence policies. We are not a counseling group and we are not trained first responders. … Read more about Our Harvard Can Do Better
HealthPALs are a team of student liaisons between Harvard University Health Services (HUHS) and the student body. We are trained in first-aid and CPR, and have first-aid supplies and over-the-counter medications in each of the upperclassmen Houses. We are also available to answer questions… Read more about Harvard HealthPALs
As the need for treatment at gay and lesbian drug recovery programs is recognized, LGBT individuals are finding improved access to targeted treatment. LGBT recovery programs share many of the same basic tenants of traditional drug rehabilitation centers but focus on issues… Read more about LGBT Addiction Recovery Centers
Health Insurance: Harvard's Blue Cross Blue Shield Plan covers gender-affirming surgeries (upper and lower). Details about the requirements for this coverage can be found at: Harvard Student Transgender Health Policy.
Boston GLASS, a BGLTQ Youth Drop-In center, provides counseling, advocacy and referrals for health care services and housing to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (GLBTQ) teens and young adults, many of whom are youth of color.
The undergraduate and graduate student years are times of intense growth and development - intellectually, emotionally, and interpersonally. During these years, students develop their capacities for critical and creative thinking, explore relationships and sexuality, develop a sense of… Read more about Bureau of Study Counsel
HUHS Mental Health Services provides assessment, treatment, education, and consultation to support the well being and functioning of Harvard students. HUHS staff is trained and experienced in dealing with issues specific to university students. HUHS encourages you to schedule an… Read more about Harvard Mental Health Services
Contact was formed in the spring of 1985 by a group of students who felt there was a need at Harvard for a place where students could talk about issues of sexual orientation. Today, while the counselors on our staff specialize in the areas of sexual orientation, sexuality, sex, and… Read more about Harvard Contact
ECHO is a peer counseling group that addresses concerns surrounding eating, body image, and self-esteem. ECHO staffers are trained undergraduates who provide non-judgmental and non- directive support to both those dealing with their own issues and those who are concerned about a friend,… Read more about Eating Concerns Hotline and Outreach (ECHO)
Response is a non-judgmental, non-directive peer counseling group which offers confidential support to individuals dealing with rape, sexual assault, abuse, harassment, and relationship issues. It is open from 8 pm- 11 pm Sunday through Wednesday in Lowell Basement E and a phone line is staffed… Read more about Response
Room 13 offers a supportive, sympathetic ear and maintain strict confidentiality. Room 13 staff can talk about anything that's on your mind, and they won't criticize you or pass any judgments. They don't claim to have any easy answers, but sometimes it helps just to talk to someone who is… Read more about Room 13