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MIT Police (Police@MIT) 617-253-1212
Dean on Call, c/o Police@MIT 617-253-1212
Mental Health (MIT Medical) - 24-hour hotline for emotional distress 617-253-2916
MIT Medical - regular appointments 617-253-2916
MIT Medical Urgent Care - 24-hour acute-care service for many types of illnesses or injuries that need prompt attention, but aren't likely to result in loss of life or severe impairment. 617-253-1311

Advice and Help

MIT Ombuds Office - a neutral, confidential, independent and informal resource to all members of the diverse MIT community. The office helps to surface very serious concerns, resolve disputes, manage conflict, and educate individuals in more productive ways of communicating. 617-253-5921
Student Support Services 617-253-4861
Graduate Students Office 617-253-4860
Chaplains (see listing of individuals)  
Office of Student Mediation and Community Standards 617-253-7848
Nightline - students can call 7PM to 7AM, September through May, to talk about anything. Nightline has a male and female student available all night, and all calls are confidential. If something is bothering you, call. 617-253-8800

This is a partial list. People in the offices listed here can help you come up with other sources of assistance.

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