There’s more to say after R U OK?

Are you OK? is a question we need to ask genuinely and sincerely any time we notice the signs someone may be struggling. But there’s more to say after R U OK?

When someone says they’re not OK, make time to listen, encourage action and check-in. 

National suicide prevention charity R U OK? has developed resources that provide simple tips to help people keep the
conversation going and know what to say after R U OK? Download them at www.ruok.org.au

On this day we’re calling on everyone to encourage you to keep the conversation going.

We want everyone in our community to feel they can talk about life’s ups and downs and access support if they need it.

R U OK? encourages all of us to have regular, meaningful conversations to support anyone struggling with life’s ups
and downs.

You can learn what to say after R U OK? at www.ruok.org.au