Hawthorn has shown its support to a Beyond Blue initiative encouraging more people to have conversations about mental health.
‘No Talk Day’ is a campaign by Beyond Blue and Triple M that will see the radio station press pause on their scheduled programs tomorrow to allow space for more open and honest conversations.
Adverts for the campaign feature the likes of Alastair Clarkson, James Worpel and Jarman Impey falling silent in an effort to encourage others to speak up.
Watch the below video to find out more about the initiative.
Hawthorn Football Club has been supporting beyondblue since 2006 to raise awareness about anxiety and depression and encourage people to seek help for mental health conditions.
The club will again host the annual Beyond Blue Cup later this year, with the Hawks hoping to lock in a match as more details of the fixture emerges.