New Partnership Supports Brothers’ Mental Health
At the 104th International Convention in Las Vegas, Alpha Epsilon Pi proudly announced our partnership with The Jed Foundation, an organization whose mission is to promote emotional health and prevent suicide among college students. AEPi is among some of the first Greek organizations to affiliate with The Jed Foundation, joining fraternities Sigma Chi and Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Alpha Omega Chi Sorority.
The Jed Foundation offers ULifeline, which AEPi promotes to brothers in our nearly 190 chapters around the world. Branded as Alpha Epsilon Pi Lifeline, it is an anonymous, confidential online resource center, allowing students to find information about a variety of mental health topics any time of day. With more than 1,500 colleges and universities currently participating in the ULifeline Network, students will also have access to campus-specific resources where available.
“We are thrilled about the partnership with The Jed Foundation and the research-based best practices it provides to our brothers as they navigate their college experience. Their well-being is of the utmost importance to us, and we are happy to be able to connect them with this wonderful resource,” said Executive Director Andy Borans.
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