FRATERNAL HEALTH & SAFETY INITIATIVE
Alcohol and other drugs have a significant presence on college campuses. Of the students taking part in the 2011-2013 Core Alcohol and Drug Survey:
In addition to the direct health consequences, safety risks for students exist as a result of drinking or drug use. The Core Alcohol and Drug survey also found:
To support efforts to reduce drinking rates and alcohol-related harmful consequences, the FHSI staff collaborated with industry experts to formulate a comprehensive, down to earth, conversation about alcohol.
Should members choose to drink alcohol, the informative resources at left help inform decision-making, and educate on alcohol poisoning and taking action before it’s too late. The resources also have important information that every member should know regarding alcohol poisoning and taking appropriate measures before it’s too late. This information can also be used by the executive leadership and chapter standards (accountability) committees as an educational sanction to address individual members actions that either break fraternity policy or cause the chapter embarrassment.
Inspiring positive change starts with education.