Resources and Confidentiality

If you are in immediate danger, please call the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) urgent lines at 617-495-1212 (Cambridge) or 617-432-1212 (Longwood).

The Office for Gender Equity’s SHARE (Sexual Harassment/Assault Resources & Education 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 students. These services include crisis response, short-term counseling, a 24-hour hotline, support groups, and restorative practices and education for individuals who have caused harm. Email SHARE to set up an appointment at oge_share@harvard.edu, or call the SHARE Hotline at 617-495-9100.

In addition to the Title IX Resource Coordinators at the College, there are other resources available to students and community members, including:

Confidential and Privileged Resources

Confidential Resources

Community Resources

The Office for Gender Equity has compiled a list of community, local, and specialized resources in their Resource Guide and on their website.