|Campus Police (from a campus phone)||100|
|MIT Medical (E23)||3-1311|
|Mental Health Service of MIT Medical||3-2916|
|Dean on Call||3-1212|
|Local Police (from off-campus phone)||911|
and Lesbian HelpLine
Mon-Fri 6-11 PM; Sat-Sun 5-10 PM.
Free confidential information, referrals, crisis intervention, and support. You can also call just to talk!
Operates from 7 PM to midnight, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday.
Mon-Fri 4-10 PM.
Same as the Gay and Lesbian Helpline, but for people under 24.
House National Helpline
24 hours. Information about local drug treatment and services.
AIDS Action Committee Hotline
CDC National STD Hotline
800-227-8922, Spanish 800-344-7432, TTY 800-243-7889
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National STD Hotline provides toll-free information on sexually transmitted diseases to the general public. Information Specialists are trained to convey accurate, basic information and referrals to free or low cost clinics nationwide. Free educational literature about a wide variety of STDs and prevention methods is also available.
National AIDS Hotline
800-CDC-INFO (232-4636), also in Spanish, TTY 888-232-6348
Operated under contract with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Answers questions related to HIV/AIDS, including prevention, risk, testing, and treatment; provides referrals; and mails out publications.
Provides free counseling on herpes and offers referrals.
24 hour suicide helpline for LBGT and questioning youth.
|Emergencies-- MIT Mental Health Service||3-2916|
MIT Counseling and Support Services
Confidential counseling for students.
Area Rape Crisis Center
24 hour hotline for survivors of rape.
Violence Recovery Program
Mon-Fri 9 AM-5 PM
Men's Domestic Violence Hotline
24 hour hotline for gay men