The Sigma Chi International Fraternity partnered with the Jed Foundation in 2013 because we owe it to our members to be our brother’s keeper. The mental health and safety of all Sigma Chis, alumni or undergraduates, should at all times be a priority of our organization.
Alex Chessen, MONTANA 2014, took his own life on Jan. 8, 2013, and since then, his parents, Bruce and Karen Chessen, have been advocating mental health awareness and suicide prevention to the masses in hopes of saving the lives of others.
Keller Zibilich, LOUISIANA STATE 2015, made five emergency phone calls in the minutes before taking his life. His story reminds us to reach out if we are feeling overwhelmed or depressed, and by going to Sigma Chi Lifeline, there will be someone there to listen.
JED is excited to share with you their newest campaign, Seize the Awkward, in partnership with Ad Council and AFSP. Learn more about the campaign and how you can use an awkward silence to check in with a friend about how they’re feeling.
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