All Right? launched in February 2013 to support Cantabrians to think about and improve their mental health and wellbeing as the region recovers from the earthquakes and related stressors.
If you're in Canterbury you might have spotted All Right? on billboards, in newspapers, on noticeboards, on buses and at bus stops, or as badges on people's chests. You may have even heard All Right? on the radio or seen the campaign on Facebook.
All Right? completes regular in-depth research into how Cantabrians are doing. This gives a wealth of up-to-date knowledge about how people are feeling and the hurdles they are facing.
This research informs everything All Right? does – from raising awareness among community groups, organisations and businesses, to creating tools that promote the things we can all do to improve our wellbeing.
The campaign is a Healthy Christchurch initiative led by the Canterbury District Health Board and the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand.
Visit the All Right? website for more information.
Visit All Right? on Facebook.
Order All Right? Resources from the Community Health Information Centre (Community and Public Health).
Sign up to receive the All Right? newsletter to your inbox.
Get in touch and get involved
There are lots of opportunities for people in Canterbury to get involved in the All Right? campaign and make it their own.
Get in touch with All Right? if you have a new idea or any thoughts or suggestions on the campaign.
Contact the All Right? Campaign Manager, Sue Turner for more information (03 378 6753 or sue.turner[at]cdhb.health.nz).