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Ambulance Victoria Nov 28
The ? campaign, created by , encourages stronger social and peer support across the emergency services. The message is simple: ‘We’re always there to help. Let’s make sure we help each other and ask R U OK?
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R U OK? Dec 4
The ? campaign encourages stronger peer and social support for police and emergency services workers across Australia. The resources created provide practical information to build confidence in starting life-changing conversations. More at
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VICSES News Nov 28
Emergency services personnel often face difficult and traumatic events. That’s why it’s so important for those around them to check in on their mental health, so they can continue providing amazing support to our communities.
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MFB Nov 26
Today, we joined emergency services colleagues for the launch of ?, a campaign to support emergency services across Australia. The campaign delivers resources to empower people to know what to do when someone they know is not ok. Visit
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Stephen Wade Nov 26
Do you work in Emergency Services? Are you and your colleagues OK? Today's launch of ? is an important step in highlighting benefits of peer support for those who work in challenging conditions.
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Kim Borrowdale Jan 6
Now, more than ever, it’s so important for all of us to check in with emergency services workers across Australia. We may not be able lessen the intensity of their reality in this time of crisis, but must be vigilant with emotional support as well as physical
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Simon Gillard Nov 27
As an Ambassador & member of the ⁦⁩ Advisory Committee for Police & Emergency Services it was a privilege to represent RUOK? for the campaign launch in Hobart, ⁦⁩ . ?
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7NEWS Sydney Nov 27
Emergency service men and women are the first to render aid to those in need, now a new initiative has launched to check on their mental wellbeing. The 'Are they Triple OK?' campaign aims to increase support for first responders.
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Kim Borrowdale Nov 26
An honour to support to launch the WA campaign today. Inspired by the personal stories of those featured and appreciative of the sector leadership support shown today. Find out more and download your State’s kit at
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This is Canberra Dec 2
New campaign by suicide prevention organisation R U OK? aims to increase peer & social support for emergency service workers + volunteers
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WORK180 Jan 9
At a time when emergency services are working hard to help out communities around Australia it is important to stop and ask "Are They Triple OK?" Watch Find out more about :
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NSW RDN Dec 19
‘Are they Triple OK?’ provides practical resources to build confidence in starting life-changing conversations with police and emergency services workers both at home and in the workplace. Learn more. ?
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Dianah Walter Nov 30
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The-RiotACT.com Nov 29
's newest campaign, , to target local frontline emergency service workers
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R U OK? Nov 28
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Dave Bywater Nov 28
Replying to @ruokday @Buck_Reed
Excellent work, perhaps #99.9%AreOk , It’s the others we need to worry about!
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Isa BartkowiakThéron Nov 27
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Holly Bowen-Salter🇦🇺🏳️‍🌈 Nov 27
Excellent campaign! But what can you do when you ask your mate and they say no? In South Australia, you can get them to call and get access to FREE mental health support for first responders. Let us lend a hand to protect those who protect us
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