Physical and Mental Health

As an organization of predominantly African American women, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is uniquely positioned to impact not only the well-being of its membership, but also the families and communities we serve. Journey to Wellness: Committing our Bodies to Physical and Mental Health is now the signature Physical and Mental Health call to action. The initiative addresses the challenges of living holistic and healthy lives. The three-pronged approach to Journey to Wellness includes: signature programs, Catching, coping, Conquering; My Cry in the Dark; and Healthy Lifestyles. Members have actively engaged in physical fitness and are taking an active interest in the welfare of their health.

The Physical and Mental Health Committee brings awareness to the community about different health related issues:

  • National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    TCMDAC promotes the importance of a yearly mammogram.

  • National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

    TCMDAC distributes information on understanding domestic violence and abuse, and the signs of abuse and abusive relationships, suicide prevention and depression help guides.

  • Blood Drive

    TCMDAC partners with the American Red Cross to conduct an annual Blood Drive.

  • Delta S.I.Z.E.D. Challenge

    TCMDAC encourage members of the sorority to take steps on their Journey to Wellness. Chapter members are challenged to get out and do any type of physical activity that can be measured in miles.

  • March of Dimes March for Babies

    TCMDAC collaborates with the Maryland-National Capital Area March of Dimes to raise funds for the health of moms and babies.