Message From OSAPR...
Dear Harvard Family,
We’d like to take a moment to recognize that the news surrounding Professor Sullivan’s legal representation of Mr. Harvey Weinstein has created ripples among our Harvard community. Many incidents have taken place since the announcement, and some of you might want to process your feelings with a confidential resource. Our staff is available to meet with individuals in one-on-one sessions as well as with groups in shared spaces.
We are open Monday–Friday from 9am–5pm and are located in the Smith Campus Center, Suite 624 (6th floor). To connect with us, please call us at 617.496.5636 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Members of the Harvard community may also take advantage of our walk-in appointments Monday–Fridays from 12pm – 1pm. No appointment is necessary. We are also available to meet people anywhere in the community, outside of OSAPR’s location. Finally, our helpline operates 24 hours a day and may be accessed by calling 617.495.9100. Please know that we are here if you are experiencing emotional distress or are in need of immediate support.
Finally, the following are additional confidential resources at Harvard: Bureau of Study Counsel, Counseling and Mental Health Services, Harvard Chaplains, Harvard College Office of BGLTQ Student Life, Harvard University Health Services, Longwood Ombuds Office, University Ombudsman Office. Additional private services include Harvard University Police Department and Title IX Coordinators.
Staff of OSAPR
Connect with our Direct Service Team
If you or someone you know has experienced, witnessed, or caused interpersonal harm, or have questions about what that might look like:
Call our office to make an appointment or for more information: 617.496.5636 or email email@example.com.
Walk-in appointments are available Mondays - Fridays from 12-1. No prior contact with OSAPR is needed to walk -in.
You can find us in the Smith Campus Center, Suite 624, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm by appointment. The office may be accessed via 75 Mt. Auburn St. All genders and people welcome.
If you or someone you know is experiencing emotional distress and/or is in need of immediate medical accompaniment and support, call our 24-hour hotline: 617.495.9100.
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The Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response seeks to eliminate harm, violence, and oppression through the intersectional promotion of gender equity and social justice. We advocate for the compassionate, just treatment of survivors and collaborate with our Harvard community to effect attitudinal and behavioral change.