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Supporting Our Turn to Speak

The best way to support Our Turn to Speak is to share the survey with eligible participants. On this page, you’ll find social media tiles, posters and newsletter content to promote the survey through your networks and help us reach our goal of 7,000 respondents who reflect the diversity of Australia’s population.

Social media

Suggested captions for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn are included below but please feel free to tailor these to suit your own audience – for example, if you work primarily with people affected by eating disorders, you may wish to change the first line to: More than 690,000 Australians aged 18 and over live with complex mental health issues like eating disorders.

Suggested Facebook caption: Did you know more than 690,000 Australians aged 18+ live with complex mental health issues? Our friends at @saneaustralia and @melbpsychtalks want to find out if and how these issues impact the way others treat you. You can find out more & complete the survey online www.ourturntospeak.com.au or call 1800 998 983 #OurTurntoSpeak #survey

Suggested Instagram caption: Did you know more than 690,000 Australians aged 18+ live with complex mental health issues? Our friends at @saneaustralia want to find out if and how these issues impact the way people treat you. You can find out more and complete the survey online (link in bio) or call 1800 998 983 #OurTurntoSpeak #survey

If you use this text, please be sure to include a link in your bio, or add the URL www.ourturntospeak.com.au

Suggested Twitter caption: Did you know more than 690,000 Australians aged 18+ live with complex mental health issues? @saneaustralia & @Psychunimelb want to find out if & how these issues impact the way others treat you. Find out more & complete the survey atwww.ourturntospeak.com.au or call 1800 998 983.

Suggested LinkedIn caption: Did you know more than 690,000 Australians aged 18+ live with complex mental health issues?

Our friends at @SANEAustralia and @unimelb want to find out if and how these issues impact the way others treat you.

You can find out more & complete the survey online www.ourturntospeak.com.au or call 1800 998 983 #OurTurntoSpeak #mentalhealth #survey

Use the following tiles across your social media channels, to encourage any eligible participants within your networks to complete the survey.

Posters

The following posters are ready to print at home or on a regular office printer, for you to put up around your workplace or community hub.

The next four posters include crop marks, and are best suited to be taken to a professional printer.

Newsletter article

Create an Our Turn to Speak newsletter to share with your networks using the below header image and copy.

Looking for more?

If you need help sharing the survey with your network, get in touch with the Our Turn to Speak team at ourturntospeak@sane.org.

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If you need support, visit our support page to find available services.

For urgent assistance call Lifeline on 13 11 14, or 000 if there is an emergency.

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Mental health information and advice

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