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If you are an expecting or new parent, or support person looking for safe, caring, and confidential space for you to talk, the PANDA National Helpline is available on:

1300 726 306
Monday to Friday, 9am - 7.30pm
Saturday, 9am – 4pm (AEST/AEDT)

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This form is for general enquiries, feedback, and partnership requests.

This form is not for people needing support from our Helpline Services. You can contact the PANDA Helpline on 1300 726 306.

If you are having suicidal thoughts or are feeling disoriented it’s important to get help immediately. PANDA is not a crisis service, if you need immediate support call Lifeline 13 11 14 (24/7).

CALL 000 for police and ambulance if you or someone else are in immediate danger.

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PANDA can assist with media enquiries related to research, statistics, lived experience stories and clinical expertise. More information can be found here.

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This form is for those people looking to access their health records at PANDA.

Please click the link to read our Information Sheet - Accessing Health Records.

PANDA Third Party Request for Information

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Monday to Friday

9am - 5pm (AEST/AEDT)

1300 726 306 

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PANDA National Helpline

Find someone to talk to, Monday to Saturday.

1300 726 306

Call 000 for police and ambulance if you or someone else are in immediate danger

Talk with friends or family

Consider talking about how you are feeling with someone you trust. This might be a friend or family member. Once you starting talking you might be surprised at how many others have had similar experiences and the support they can provide you.

Talk with your doctor

Talking with your doctor can be an important step to getting the help you need. They should be able to give you non-judgemental support, assessment, diagnosis, and ongoing care and treatment. They can also refer you to specialists such as a counsellor, psychologist or psychiatrist.

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If you are having suicidal thoughts or are feeling disorientated it’s important to get help immediately. PANDA is not a crisis service, if you need immediate support call Lifeline 13 11 14 (24/7).

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