National Hepatitis Infoline
Confidential support and resources

At Hepatitis ACT, confidentiality and empathy are at the core of our services. You can trust that your inquiries will be treated with the utmost respect and sensitivity.

We understand the importance of providing accessible and confidential support services for individuals affected by viral hepatitis. The National Hepatitis Infoline serves as a reliable resource for information, referral, and support, offering assistance to various individuals and organisations. Please feel free to contact us on 1800 437 222 for any of the following:

Informal and formal support sessions
Our caring team is here to address general questions and concerns, offering both informal and formal support sessions tailored to your needs.

Referral and community linkages
If you require specialised care or services, we can provide referrals and connect you with relevant community resources and linkages.

Provision of evidence-based hepatitis resources
Access accurate and evidence-based resources about viral hepatitis to increase your understanding and awareness.

Harm reduction supplies and BBV prevention packs
We offer harm reduction supplies and prevention packs to promote safer practices and minimize risks associated with blood-borne viruses.

Viral hepatitis peer support
Connect with others who have experienced viral hepatitis, allowing you to gain insights and support from peers who have been through similar experiences.

Advocacy for people affected by viral hepatitis
We are dedicated to advocating for the rights and well-being of those affected by viral hepatitis, both at the community and systems levels.

National Hepatitis Infoline operating hours
The National Hepatitis Infoline operates from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm, ensuring that support and information are easily accessible during regular business hours.

Our FREE Infoline is available to:

  • People living with hepatitis or a liver condition, their family, friends, and employers
  • Health professionals seeking information or support
  • Service provider staff, such as those in Alcohol and Other Drug services
  • Anyone with an interest in liver health and hepatitis.

We are here to support you and provide the help you need on your journey towards better liver health and well-being.