Personal Assistance Program
MIT's Personal Assistance Program provides specialized counseling and referral
services to employees who face issues that may affect their work or family
lives. Consultation is also available to managers, supervisors, and administrators. The
program is a free and confidential benefit for all staff, faculty, and employees
Personal Assistance Program counseling and referral services can help with:
- Work-related concerns
- Stress, anxiety, and depression
- Marital or family issues
- Alcohol abuse or other addictions
- Other personal problems that might compromise employee effectiveness
You can download the Personal
Assistance Program brochure for more information.
How It Works
- To schedule a confidential telephone or in-person appointment, call 617-253-4911
Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- A licensed clinician will provide an assessment and evaluation.
- If necessary,
you or your family member will be referred to an outside resource. Fees charged
by MIT Medical or outside agencies for referral services may or may not be
covered by your employee health plan. If not, we will make every effort to
refer you to affordable services.
and Counseling Service
Program Brochure (PDF)
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