Health & Safety
Community Development and Substance Abuse
CDSA functions to serve all members of the MIT community in a comprehensive effort to enhance academic, social, and personal development. Overall, the CDSA advocates for the strengthening of a campus culture that promotes informed, responsible decision making, and the reduction of harm that is often associated with alcohol use, including poor academic performance, violence, high-risk sexual behavior, sexual assault, and addiction.
(617) 253-1316; email@example.com
We encourage members of the MIT community and their families to take advantage of the many free or low-cost programs, classes, and workshops offered by Community Wellness.
MIT Medical Mental Health Services
Counseling, evaluation, treatment, crisis intervention, and referral.
MIT Medical, Women's Health Services
Services specific to women at MIT Medical.
(617) 253-5770; http://medlinks.mit.edu
A group of volunteer undergraduates who can answer basic health-related questions and connect students to MIT Medical's services and other helpful resources. There are MedLINK representatives in most campus and off-campus residences. Check the posters in your living groups for the name of your MedLINK representative.
Violence Prevention and Response (VPR)
(617) 253-2300; firstname.lastname@example.org
The Program for Violence Prevention and Response (VPR) is here to help anyone dealing with issues around sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking at MIT.