Skip to content ↓

MyLife Services: A new benefit for MIT faculty, staff, postdocs, and families

MIT employees and their families can now take advantage of a network of experts to help with personal, financial, emotional, and other concerns.
Press Inquiries

Press Contact:

Maura Rizzuto
Phone: 617-452-2414
MIT Human Resources
Close

Make life a little easier. MIT MyLife Services is a one-stop, free resource that provides MIT faculty, staff, postdocs — and families — 24/7 access to a network of experts to help with life concerns. MyLife Services consultants are available to talk with you, provide immediate assistance, and facilitate next steps. 

What’s on your mind? Need legal or financial advice? Searching for daycare or a good night’s sleep? Looking for a counselor to assist with a personal or family challenge? Call MyLife Services. You’ll consult with Master’s and PhD-level professionals who offer guidance, share resources, and provide referrals. All consultations are confidential and free. No concern is too big or too small.  

Call for assistance with:

  • financial planning, debt management, and legal issues;
  • personal and work relationships;
  • sleep and nutrition;
  • stress, anxiety, depression, and other emotional concerns;
  • work-life balance and resources; and
  • child care, elder care, and pet care.

Individuals wanting to speak with a counselor for emotional and relationship concerns will receive free in-person sessions through MyLife Services. Counselors are located near your home, near work, and onsite at the MIT campus and Lincoln Laboratory. Unlike other benefits, MyLife Services doesn’t require you to sign up ahead of time. You can use the services anytime and anywhere. 

Call: 844-405-LIFE (5433) 
Email: info@MITMyLifeServices.com  
Visit: MITMyLifeServices.com and live chat with a work-life specialist.

Take advantage of these additional work-life services, also available to MIT faculty, staff, and postdocs:

Related Links

Related Topics

Related Articles

More MIT News

Photo of Annauk Olin with her husband and baby

Saving Iñupiaq

Linguistics graduate student Annauk Olin is helping her Alaska Native community preserve their language and navigate the severe impact of climate change.

Read full story