There are several other ways to report, raise, and/or seek resolution to concerns available to the Harvard community. Please refer to each contact's website for the most comprehensive and up-to-date information.
Employee Assistance Program
Harvard's EAP provides free and confidential consultations on work and personal issues to staff, faculty, and their household members. The EAP also provides supervisory consultation, child and elder care referrals, seminars, legal assistance and more
24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Global Support Services
Any Harvard traveler who experiences or witnesses a serious medical or safety incident or issue while abroad can report the event to Harvard Global Support Services.
Eligible faculty, staff, and students traveling abroad on a Harvard-related trip can call Harvard Travel Assist for medical and security emergencies, advice and referrals 24/7/365. Harvard Travel Assist is a program managed by Harvard Global Support Services through a trusted, third-party security consultancy.
+1-617-998-0000 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The phone line is answered immediately; an email response may take four hours for urgent requests and 24 hours for non-urgent requests. If emailing with an emergency, include "Urgent" in your subject line.
Harvard Human Resources - Benefits
Harvard Human Resources - Consulting Group
Harvard Human Resources - Labor and Employee Relations
Negotiates and administers the University’s collective bargaining agreements. Provides advice, counsel and training to human resources officers, supervisors and staff members on a range of employment-related issues.
7th floor, Smith Campus Center, Cambridge, MA
Harvard Human Resources - Office of Work/Life
Harvard University Police Department
Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (OSAPR)
Title IX Office and Office for Dispute Resolution
University Ombudsman Offices
Youth Protection at Harvard
Provides resources for minors in Harvard Programs: http://youthprotection.harvard.edu/
Anyone can report suspected abuse or neglect and other inappropriate activity involving minors by contacting the Harvard University Police Department at 617-495-1212.