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SHARC


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SHARC


OUR MISSION

Sexual Health And Relationship Counselors (SHARC) -formerly known as PCC- is a group of undergraduate students who counsel on issues related to sexual health, contraception, STIs and testing, relationships, dating, and other topics related to sexual health. Our office is stocked with different brands of condoms, lube, dental dams, internal (‘female’) condoms, and more! Counselors are on hand and can be reached by phone during our hours to answer any questions and provide information and non-directive, non-judgmental counseling. Founded in 1977, SHARC is the second-oldest peer counseling group at Harvard.

Visit our office hours to pick up free condoms, lube, dental dams, check out our library, or say hi and talk!

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Speaking with SHARC


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Speaking with SHARC


OFFICE HOURS:
Currier Dining Hall, Sundays: 9 – 10:30Pm
Lowell Dining Hall, Tuesdays: 9 – 10:30pm

Leverett DINING HALL, Wednesdays: 9 – 10:30PM

Our Office

Visit Us

We are available in Lamont 220 on Thursdays from 8-10pm for private, confidential counseling! Our old office, located in Harvard University Health Services, is no longer available due to renovations. In the meantime, you can also visit any of the other peer counseling groups at Harvard (Contact, Room 13, Echo, Response).

There are many places on campus to get free condoms: during our dining hall office hours, Women's Center, Room 13, Contact, Office of BGLTQ Life, Center for Wellness, BSC, and every upperclassmen house and freshman dorm!

 

Our Email

Message Us

You may also reach us by email at harvard.sharc@gmail.com.
Please note that we do not counsel via email.

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Our Peer Counselors


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Our Peer Counselors


Harvard SHARCs  undergo extensive training to discuss a wide range of topics with students- from sexual health to whatever else is on your mind.  We work with Harvard University Health Services to connect resources with students, and meet regularly with HUHS administration coordinate events and outreach.

Coming from various backgrounds ourselves, we understand that each person’s experience is unique and reflects differences in class, culture, ethnicity, gender, race, and sexual orientation.

Confidentiality and anonymity are always guaranteed.