The Board of Directors of James R. Favor and Company provided the vision in spring 2013 for this proactive, multi-faceted, research-based educational effort aimed at comprehensively and consistently addressing alcohol and drug abuse, sexual misconduct and hazing on college and university campuses. It is the first effort of its kind launched by an insurance agency in support of its client communities.
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Nearly 100,000 undergraduate fraternity men and sorority women on more than 550 campuses are being exposed to the FHSI Curriculum.
The Fraternal Health and Safety Initiative (FHSI) is designed to aid chapters of participating fraternities and sororities in achieving a high quality membership experience. Fraternities and sororities are values-based organizations that focus on strengthening their members through character development, academic excellence, service and philanthropy efforts, social interactions and a lifetime of brotherhood/sisterhood. Tweets by @TheFHSI FHSI Consortium Members believe that violations of the fraternities', or sororities' policies prevent members of the chapter from reaching their potential as citizens of their host institution. FHSI Consortium Members believe strongly in the betterment of men and women throughout our chapters and that we are building lifelong leaders of society.
Several international and national fraternities and sororities have joined together to form the Fraternal Health & Safety Initiative (FHSI) Consortium. Beginning in the fall of 2014, undergraduate members of the consortium member fraternities and sororities have been exposed to three unique research-based curriculums focused on the dangerous behaviors college-aged individuals are at increased risk of exhibiting. Representing nearly 100,000 collegiate members on more than 550 campuses, the Consortium is committed to working together to implement prevention strategies to improve the health and well-being of their members and their campus communities.
Powered by a comprehensive curriculum, chapter members from the FHSI Consortium engage in 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 of the Consortium following completion of one or more of the training modules. 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.
We invite you to explore the FHSI and learn more about the consortium’s dedication to contributing to safer campuses, investing in a better fraternal experience and empowering fraternity men and sorority women to exemplify their organizations’ values by using their influence to encourage positive change in these areas both in their chapters and on their campuses.