Support Resources

The Center for Wellness and Health Promotion (CWHP) works to cultivate a happy, healthy, and engaged Harvard community through education and the promotion of holistic health.
HUHS Counseling and Mental Health Service provides confidential support to students year-round.
Everyone experiences grief in their own way and in their own time. Harvard offers students resources that can help them heal.
The Harvard Chaplains represent many of the world’s religious and spiritual traditions and share a collective commitment to serving the spiritual and ethical needs of the students, faculty, and staff of Harvard University.
The Harvard Ombuds Office supports an ethical and civil culture, encouraging mutual understanding and resolution through respectful dialogue and fair processes.
Harvard University Health Services is a multi-specialty medical practice exclusively for members of the Harvard community.
This page identifies common reactions to the Coronavirus outbreak and offers tips on how to manage fears and anxiety, as well as coping strategies during this evolving situation.
This page offers tips for identifying and managing stress, staying connected with others during social distancing and self-isolation, and practicing good sleep hygiene.
The Office of Work/Life administers a variety of programs that provide resources for child care, after-school programs, public or private schools, or elder care.
Sexual Harassment/Assault Resources & Education (SHARE) counselors provide a range of confidential and privileged services to support individual and community healing from harm, as well as prevention education initiatives designed for Harvard students, faculty, staff, and post-doctoral fellows.
This page defines common language used to refer to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, identifies common reactions to the outbreak, and offers tips for social distancing, quarantining, and isolation.