Yes. The preliminary phase seems to be mental health first aid. What mental health first aid does is it gives people the confidence to ask those questions, so it gives the confidence to ask, “Are you okay?”, and to manage the response as well. There's a lot of fear about overstepping by asking if somebody's okay: Am I invasive at that point? Mental health first aid gives that confidence.
Next, there's peer-to-peer support, which is exactly what you're speaking about. I think that's the next phase moving forward. How can we create systems of peer-to-peer support, so that a dairy farmer can speak to another dairy farmer, when it's not even really a question of “Can I stay in today?”, but rather, “This is harvest time and this is an imperative time that I show up on my farm”. It's not even really a question of taking a sick day. How can we create systems, so there's somebody you can call up and say, “Hey, this is what I'm dealing with right now”, and then have somebody on the other line who can say, “Yes, I get that and this is what's worked for me”?