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Helping students understand high-risk
behavior in the context of community
Our office addresses issues including alcohol and other drug use, physical and relational aggression, sexual and dating violence, hazing, social support and stress.
We are guided by the following principles:
We work with students, alumni and staff to develop and sustain prevention programming, provide early intervention services, and build coalitions to address MIT-related health issues. We also collaborate with members of Cambridge and Boston city agencies and participate on Massachusetts state-wide coalitions to address broader college health needs.