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Sigma Nu Nationals Launches New Mental Health Education ProgramBehind Happy Faces

Many fraternity members, like their peers, will struggle with mental distress at some point in their life. However, the intimate relationships formed within a fraternity can play a critical role in identifying early warning signs of someone experiencing mental distress and engaging in effective intervention for that individual.

As such, the Fraternity has partnered with the Human Power Project to offer the Behind Happy Faces Advisor Resource Series and Collegiate Member Education Program for our alumni volunteers, chapter officers, and collegiate members.

The Delta sat down with Ross Szabo, founder and CEO of Human Power Project, to learn more about the current state of mental health on college campuses and the new partnership with Sigma Nu to offer education and support in this important area.

Click here to read more about this at The Delta.