Below you will find information about services and resources available to students across Harvard University.
Harvard University Counseling and Mental Health Services
As part of Harvard University Health Services (HUHS), all Harvard Chan graduate students can access Counceling and Mental Health Services (CAMHS). Counseling and mental health treatment is available at Vanderbilt Hall (275 Longwood Ave.), as well as other HUHS sites. This entails outpatient care for a variety of concerns, including anxiety, depression, stress, crisis management, transitional issues, grief, and eating, sexual, or relationship concerns. These services are only offered in person (except for an initial assessment by phone); however, some online support services were recently launched.
If you are not sure if counseling is right for you, schedule the 20-30 minute initial consultation to discuss
what is going on and what you are looking for. Learn more at https://camhs.huhs.harvard.edu/.
Harvard University Student Health Plan
All Harvard Chan graduate students are eligible for some Harvard University Health Services (HUHS) resources as part of the Student Health Fee paid each semester. Additional services are available for students with the Harvard University Student Health Plan. Services include:
● Harvard University Health Services (available to all students)
● Counseling and Mental Health Services (available to all students)
● Harvard University Student Health Plan (only for students enrolled in this health plan)
Harvard Center for Wellness and Health Promotion
The Center for Wellness and Health Promotion in Cambridge offers massage and acupuncture treatments (with discounted rates to Harvard students with the Harvard University Student Health Plan); yoga, pilates, and meditation classes; and wellness workshops. The center also puts on events and workshops
across Harvard University upon request. Learn more at https://wellness.huhs.harvard.edu/our-services.