So R U really OK old mate?
STATE Member for Murray Austin Evans is encouraging people across the region to start a meaningful conversation with friends, loved ones and colleagues in the lead up to R U OK Day tomorrow.
Mr Evans said while R U OK Day encourages people to start a conversation with someone who might be struggling, it’s also a reminder that every day could be the day that changes someone’s life.
“Our friends, family members and workmates face life’s ups and downs every day of the year,” Mr Evans said.
“R U OK encourages everyone to start a conversation as early as possible, as the earlier you reach out, the more likely the outcome will be a positive one.”
If you or someone you know needs crisis support please call Lifeline 13 11 14, or for local mental health services phone the NSW Mental Health Line 1800 011 511.
For conversation tips and more information please visit ruok.org.au