R U OK?Day is Thursday 8 September 2022.


It’s our national day of action when we remind Australians that every day is the day to  ask, ‘are you OK?’ and start a meaningful conversation whenever they spot the signs that someone they care about might be struggling with life.

R U OK? has released resources, tips and ideas to help you drive genuine change in your workplace, school and community. Sign up via the form below to access the R U OK?Day 2022 resources.

Thanks for supporting R U OK? and the people in your world.

A free presentation will be streamed online at midday (AEST) on R U OK?Day Thursday 8 September. You can register here to tune in to our nationwide virtual event  when R U OK? CEO, Katherine Newton, and our special guests will share conversation tips and personal stories.




Our research has found four in ten Australians feel asking someone “are you OK?” is a conversation better had with an expert.

However, R U OK? want you to know you don’t need qualifications to have an R U OK? conversation. 

The work of health professionals is vital, and their value cannot be underestimated however we can all play a role in supporting the people in our world.

You don’t need to be an expert to have an R U OK? conversation. Listening and giving someone your time might be just what they need to help them through.

Ask R U OK? No qualifications needed, because a conversation could change a life.

Sign up to access a host of resources, including:

  • Guide to Supporting R U OK?Day
  • Conversation Guide
  • Posters
  • Social Media Tiles
  • Digital Resources
  • Activity Sheets



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