Community Care Resources

Support for mental, spiritual, and emotional well-being


Harvard Office for Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging

Harvard Chaplains

  • Professional spiritual and faith leaders representing world religions and traditions. Harvard has over 30 chaplains and ministers that represent a variety of world religions and spiritual practices. 
  • HDS Multifaith Space
  • Harvard Christian Impact/ Athletes in Action - Cru Chaplaincy Weekly Meeting with Dinner & Conversation
  • Wednesdays | 7 – 8:15 PM
    Memorial Church, Pusey Room
  • Mental Health & Jesus
    4-week conversation series designed by students, for students
    For more information and to register click here.
  • FourSquare Chaplaincy Coffee Hour Gatherings
    Tuesdays and Thursdays | 7:15 – 9 AM
    Tatte Bakery & Café, 1288 Massachusetts Ave
    Coffee, scripture, and conversation
  • All Saints’ Day Festival of Art and Poetry
    Monday, November 1, 2021 | 8:30 – 9:30 PM
    The Episcopal Chaplaincy at Harvard, 2 Garden Street
    Wine, candles, and chocolate almonds
  • Swedenborgian Chaplaincy Candlelight Taizé Service of Prayer
    First Tuesday of the month, November 2, December 7 | 7:30 PM
    Swedenborg Chapel, 50 Quincy St
    All peoples and faith traditions welcome.

Center for Wellness and Health Promotion: Harvard University Health Services

Harvard University Police Department

  • Resources for safety, self-defense classes, and reporting domestic violence, harassment, hate crimes, and theft.

Office for Gender Equity

  • A resource that provides support to all Harvard community members who have experienced harassment or assault.
  • Harvard students leaning over a table in discussion
    • OGE
    • confidential support, crisis support, LGBTQIA+ support
    • Title IX
    • reporting, anonymous disclosure, complaints, prevention education


Students Support Services


Faculty, Postdocs, and Staff Support Services


Yes, I am Black and I am Proud

    • Yes, I am Black and I am Proud 
    • Tuesdays 4pm Led by Dyanne London, PhD, an African American clinical psychologist, call (617) 495-2323 to participate
    • Seniors Living Along During the Pandemic
    • Tuesdays 12pm Led by  Mireya Nadal-Vicens, MD, PhD, call (617) 495-2323 to participate