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Mental Health
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“Before going through recruitment, I had many preconceived notions about what someone who joined a sorority was supposed to be like. I imagined the quintessential sorority girl as having
her life completely together, and was scared to join a sorority knowing I had experienced my
own private struggles with mental health. I didn’t know if I would be welcomed if I couldn’t be the very best version of myself. It took barely 5 minutes in Kappa Delta before I realized this was not the case. Since then I have learned the women around me genuinely want to be there for you through the hard times, and Kappa Delta has been the place throughout my time in college where I have been loved for exactly who I am, not in spite of it. The friendships I have formed have showed me what unconditional love truly looks like, and it is within this sorority that I have found true acceptance. I feel consistently emboldened by the women around me to be my truest self, and I cannot encourage anyone rushing enough to be vulnerable with the women around you, as this is where the deepest connections are formed. Linked below are some Panhellenic, UF, and national mental health resources!”


-  Emily Butler MC '21

A note from a member who is a Sister Support Ambassador for Kappa Delta:

“Serving as Sister Support Ambassador for Kappa Delta is truly an honor. Learning different ways to listen to and individually support my sisters alongside other passionate Panhellenic women is both enlightening and inspiring. The women of Kappa Delta tirelessly support me in every academic or personal ambition I choose to take on. Whether I simply have a bad day or need a shoulder to lean on, I feel comfortable confiding in anyone and receiving unconditional love in return. I am so grateful I can give back to such an amazing chapter and repay the endless amount of love I've received.” 


- Madi Holmes MC '21



Sister Support Ambassadors: 



(800) 931-2237


UF Counseling and Wellness Center: 

(352) 392-1575


Student Health Care Specialist: 

Dr. Ann Grooms (352) 392-1161


Body Positive Instagram Accounts:







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