Sororities & Fraternities 

Many colleges require sororities and fraternities to have one or all of the following types of educational programs: sexual assault, mental health and alcohol and drug use/abuse. Rachael’s First Week is able to fulfill all of these requirements through our program, which helps your organization be proactive and provide tools to your housemates to look out for each other and stay safe.

Physicians and student volunteers present this program.  We equip students with valuable information and heightened awareness skills needed to stay safe during the college years.  We educate students on knowing the laws, knowing what they are putting in their bodies, always having a designated buddy and to ALWAYS LOOK OUT FOR EACH OTHER.
 

We educate students on the following areas:

– Know the laws – does the state you will be living in have a Medical Amnesty Law. Indiana has the Lifeline Law

– Know what you are putting in your body

– Mental health/ suicide and what resources are available

– Sexual assault – protecting yourself, using exit strategies and the Buddy System

– The importance of Always Looking Out For Each Other

It was such an impactful presentation and so many girls really enjoyed it! I hope you can do more presentations and (we’ll) definitely continue to work with RFW in the future! Again thank you so so much for coming!

- Sorority Sister

About Rachael’s First Week

Rachael’s First Week is a program dedicated to   protecting the lives of high school seniors and college freshmen as they transition into young adult women and men. 

These can be tumultuous years when peers often look to each other for guidance as they encounter novel and potentially dangerous situations, rather than engaging experienced mentors to provide solutions. 

The mission of Rachael’s First Week is to develop the decision-making skills of teens as they enter this time of monumental change in their lives.

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