Fraternal Health & Safety Initiative

Phi Delta Theta International Fraternity partners with the James R. Favor Company each year to provide programming through the Fraternal Health and Safety Initiative.

Beginning in the fall of 2014, undergraduate members of Phi Delta Theta have been exposed to three unique research-based curricula focused on the dangerous behaviors college-aged individuals are at increased risk of exhibiting.

Powered by a comprehensive curriculum, members of Phi Delta Theta participate in education that offers consistent identification, prevention, and intervention strategies to tackle the most pressing and dangerous social issues on college campuses today: alcohol and other drug abuse, sexual misconduct/assault, and hazing. The curriculum’s key learning objectives are delivered by trained facilitators and supplemented by advisors, alumni, and staff members.

The FHSI training modules are also designed to help empower members to be change agents in their communities. Fraternity and sorority members often serve in leadership positions for other organizations on campus, making them the ideal catalysts for holistic change.