On-Campus Resources: Emotional Health
HUHS Lending Library
HUHS has a free lending library where members of the Harvard community can borrow CDs, tapes, and DVDs with information on this topic (valid Harvard or HUGHP ID required). Center for Wellness Lending Library, Arcade at Holyoke Center, Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. -9:00 p.m and Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
The clinicians at HUHS are available to discuss concerns and provide treatments and referrals. They are available by appointment or on a walk-in basis during urgent care hours.
MBA Support Services
The clinicians at HUHS are available to discuss concerns and provide treatments and referrals.
Mental Health for Students
The HUHS Mental Health Service offers Harvard students comprehensive outpatient care for a wide variety of mental health concerns.
Mental Health for HUGHP members
HUGHP, a health insurance plan for Harvard faculty, staff and their families, contracts with Blue Cross Blue Shield (Managed Care Behavioral Health Network) for mental health services. HUHS Care Coordination Department (617.495.3271) can assist you in how to access mental health referral information at BCBS.
The Bureau of Study Counsel
The BSC is a counseling and learning resource center. Students consult the Bureau regarding a wide variety of academic issues and personal concerns affecting student life such as relationships, performance, motivation, eating concerns, anxiety and depression.
Additional Harvard Resources for Students
Room 13 617.495.4969
Counselors at Room 13 are available to provide general peer support and counseling in dealing with overall concerns or questions in a confidential and non-judgemental manner.
Additional Harvard Resources for Faculty & Staff
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 877.327.4278
EAP services, provided by the Wellness Corporation, offers short term counseling, referrals and information for Harvard faculty, staff and their immediate family. This free and confidential service is staffed by licensed counselors to provide assistance with a variety of issues, including relationship difficulties, workplace issues, alcohol and emotional distress.
MBA Support Services staff members are available to talk with students about academic concerns such as class participation, adapting to the case method, acculturation to life in the US or at HBS, or simply being a student again. In addition, students may seek assistance with personal concerns such as stress management, life management challenges, relationship and family issues, and counseling and therapy referral. Students with health concerns may want to talk about the impact on their lives as students and how to handle communications with faculty around those concerns. Also, MBA Support Services manages all chronic and short-term disability accommodations. For more information, visit the HBS MBA Support Services website.