Resources for Mental Health, Crisis Help, and Student Wellbeing

Not sure where to start?

  • Take an anonymous behavioral health screening here – this brief screening is sponsored by HUHS, and provides immediate feedback, recommendations, and resources for mental health and substance use
  • Speak to your Kirkland entryway or a specialty tutor(s) listed here - if you need help getting connected to other resources on campus

 

Warning signs that help is needed for:

 

Worried about a friend or roommate?

  • CAMHS Guide to Assisting Students in Distress
  • Take the behavioral health screening here on behalf of another student
  • Speak to your entryway tutor(s) or a Kirkland specialty tutor listed here

 

Not sure what to expect?

 

Urgent 24/7 Resources on Campus:

HUPD

Serious or life-threatening emergency

617-495-1212

 

 

CAMHS CARES line

mental health crises

(617) 495-2042

HUHS urgent care nurse line

acute medical concerns

(617) 495-5711

Anonymous Reporting Line

concerns related to unethical, discriminatory, or illegal behavior on campus

877- 694-2275 or visit https://reportinghotline.harvard.edu/

Kirkland on-call phone

urgent residential issues

617-823-4941

SHARE hotline

Sexual assault, harassment, dating concerns

(617) 495-9100

 

 

Free and confidential 24/7 national resources:

National Suicide Prevention Line

For acute distress and emotional crisis

1-800-273-8255

 

Crisis Text Line

For acute distress and emotional crisis (for support via text message)

Text HOME to 741741

National Sexual Assault Hotline

Sexual assault and violence

1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

Trevor Project

Crisis line for LGBTQ+ young people

1-866-488-7386

National eating disorders association helpline

Disordered eating and related concerns

1-800-931-2237

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Dating violence

1-800-799-7233

SAMHSA’s National Helpline

substance use issues

1-800-662-HELP (4357)

 


 

One-on-one counseling on campus:

Counseling and Mental Health Services

Wide range of mental health concerns

https://camhs.huhs.harvard.edu/

 

Office for Gender Equity SHARE Counselors

sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking

https://oge.harvard.edu/share

Academic Resource Center Coaching

Academic difficulties, time management, organizational skills, difficulties focusing

https://academicresourcecenter.harvard.edu

 

The Harvard Chaplains

Support for spiritual needs, and concerns related to ultimate meaning, purpose, and value

https://chaplains.harvard.edu/people or contact at chaplains@harvard.edu

 

 

Peer counseling (read more about Harvard peer counseling here):

Room13

Wide range of concerns: gender, identity, SES, alcohol and drugs, grief, relationships, eating, health, school

Walk-in: Thayer Basement B-09, every night, 7pm-7am

 

Hotline: (617) 495-4969, every night, 7pm-7am

 

ECHO

Eating concerns, body image issues

Walk-in: Eliot Basement T-24, every night 8-11 pm

 

Hotline: (617) 495-8200, every night, 8pm-8am

 

Indigo

concerns that lie at the intersection of identity and mental health

Walk-in: Thayer Basement B-05, every night 8-11 pm

Response

 

relationship issues, dating concerns, sexual harassment or assault

Walk-in: Lowell EL-15, Sunday-Wednesday 8-11pm

 

Hotline: (617) 999-8353, Sunday-Wednesday 8pm-8am

 

 

Self-help resources:

 

Grief resources