Health & Safety Resources
Emotional health and wellness issues have risen in awareness, but not in prevalence, over the past two decades. Currently, 20% of incoming college freshman have a diagnosable illness related to mental health. As we look at ways of improving and strengthening our brotherhood, we must address emotional health as something we all are likely to encounter in our lifetime. Often times, social supports and other relationships can be helpful in promoting positive emotional support for brothers, friends, and family. We should be mindful that we often do not know what someone else’s struggle may be and often will assume others have a similar background and history of experience to their own. Below are resources to help support individuals and chapters to create a community of inclusivity and caring related to emotional health and wellness.