Concerned about PFAS exposure?

If you are concerned about potential exposure to PFAS it is important to seek support. You may be worried, have trouble sleeping or feeling depressed. Talking to a professional counsellor may be helpful. The Support Now service is a free telephone and video counselling service available to you.

Talk to a professional counsellor about your concerns

Telephone counselling may be particularly useful if you are socially or geographically isolated, or find it difficult to access face-to-face services in your area. You may find it reassuring to know that a professional counsellor is just a phone call away.

If you or someone you know is concerned about potential exposure to PFAS and need support, or someone to talk to, a Support Now counsellor is available by phone or video counselling;

  • Qualified counsellors available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help you work through your concerns
  • Reliable information, confidential counselling and referrals to support services
  • Specifically designed for people concerned about PFAS exposure.

Health professionals

It is important to encourage individuals to get support about their concerns, Support Now is a free professional counselling service available for individuals expressing concerns about PFAS exposure.

Find out more about the Department of Health's PFAS blood testing and other health initiatives.

Additional support services

Find additional support services relating to PFAS including a list of contracted mental health providers via the local Primary Health Networks (PHNs);

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