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If there is an emergency or you believe someone is at risk of harming themselves or someone else, contact the MIT Police at 617-253-1212.
For assistance from an MIT administrator after hours, contact 617-253-1212 and ask to speak with the Dean on Call. The police will contact the Dean on Call and you will receive a call back from an administrator quickly.
If you are concerned about an MIT student or a specific event, contact the CARE (Coordination, Assistance, Response, and Education) Team at 617-324-CARE (2273), email email@example.com, or complete a CARE form.
The online Faculty Guide provides information about how to direct students to the right sources of support.
https://resources.mit.edu/ offers a complete listing of tools and supports for students, grouped by categories and fully searchable.
The “Student Support” module on the MIT Mobile app provides quick access to a list of essential support resources.
Ask.MIT is a Student Support and Wellbeing resource where students can access help. A walkthrough of this resource can be found here.