The Community Development and Substance Abuse (CDSA) Center for Prevention, Policy, and Research functions to serve all members of the MIT community in a comprehensive effort to enhance academic, social, and personal development.
MIT Mental Health:
Services are available to anyone in the MIT community with problems, questions, or concerns. The service provides evaluations, brief treatment (both psychotherapy and psychopharmacology), referrals, urgent care, and consultations.
MIT Medical offers comprehensive, high-quality physical and mental health care. Students, affiliates, staff, faculty, and post-doctoral fellows all have convenient, on-campus access to more than 25 clinical services and medical specialties, each delivered by highly qualified physicians, nurse practitioners, psychologists, physician assistants, social workers, and other health care professionals.