Building Up Brothers (BUB) is Delta Tau Delta Fraternity’s ongoing campaign to educate members on well-being.
Our goal is to help students and alumni understand what well-being is, learn strategies to improve their well-being, and to help others when they are struggling with their well-being.
BUB is a vehicle to educate and inform students and alumni on topics related to four domains; mental, physical, social or emotional well-being. Through a variety of tools and resources, the Fraternity provides ways for chapters to integrate the campaign into what you are already doing.
Talkspace makes it simple and convenient to connect with fully licensed, highly respected counselors via text, audio or video messages from your browser or smartphone. Click the image above to learn more.
The Jed Foundation is a nonprofit that protects emotional health and prevents suicide for our nation's teens and young adults. Click the image above to learn more.
By knowing what tools and resources are available, we can act quickly and confidently when we recognize a brother in need. Lifeline offers us the tools to do something and to seek to make every day another good day to be a Delt. Click the image above to learn more.
The You Can Help a Brother program is a custom mental health presentation created by the JED Foundation for Delta Tau Delta. The Fraternity is committed to bettering the health and well-being of members and this is an opportunity to help all your members know how to identify and support each other through a variety of mental health challenges. For questions, please reach out to the Coordinator of Undergraduate Education, Jacob Ellis, at email@example.com and he will help get the You Can Help A Brother Program organized for your chapter and to fit your schedule.