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Official_Partner

The Official Chit Chat Partner of R U OK

Taking the time to have a break and check in with someone can have more of an impact than you might think.

KitKat has partnered with R U OK? to contribute towards their mission of inspiration and empowerment, encouraging everyone to have a conversation and meaningfully connect with friends, family and colleagues.

After all, checking in on your loved ones and having a conversation could change a life.

R U OK? has free guides and resources to help you know when, where and how to ask the question. Learn more here.

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The R U OK? Check In

The R U OK? Check In, from KitKat, is an interactive messenger experience that helps you not only choose the right moment, but more importantly the right words, to check in on loved ones.



The R U OK? Check In, from KitKat, is an interactive messenger experience that helps you not only choose the right moment, but more importantly the right words, to check in on loved ones.

What is R U OK?

R U OK? is a not for profit, Australian charity that focuses on suicide prevention by encouraging people to engage in meaningful conversations with friends, family, colleagues and loved ones.

 R U OK?Day is on Thursday 8 September 2022. It is a national day of action and a reminder that everyday  is a day to start a meaningful conversation. 

See how you can get involved in R U OK?Day here

What is R U OK?

R U OK? is a not for profit, Australian charity that focuses on suicide prevention by encouraging people to engage in meaningful conversations with friends, family, colleagues and loved ones.

 R U OK?Day is on Thursday 8 September 2022. It is a national day of action and a reminder that everyday  is a day to start a meaningful conversation. 

See how you can get involved in R U OK?Day here

R U OK? is not a crisis support or counselling service and their website is not a substitute for professional care. If you are having suicidal thoughts, please seek assistance by contacting a trusted healthcare professional or calling 
Lifeline on 13 11 14.
If you are concerned for your safety or the safety of others, seek immediate assistance by calling Triple Zero (000).