Find support locally

Getting a diagnosis, treatment and receiving support for Pulmonary Hypertension (PH) can vary greatly from country to country. But no matter where you are in the world, living with PH can affect all areas of your daily life, regardless of whether you're a recently diagnosed adult or teenager, a long-time survivor, a caregiver, or the parent of a child with the condition. 

We’ve pulled together a list of PH associations you can turn to for help as a patient or caregiver, no matter where you are in the world or where you are in your PH journey.

If you live outside of these regions and suspect you have PH, speak to your local doctor (GP or health clinic). If you would like us to add a support organisation that is not already listed, please contact us.

  • South Africa: PHA SA is the Pulmonary Hypertension Association of South Africa. It offers information, support, hope, and the chance to become active in its community, whether you are living with pulmonary hypertension yourself or a caregiver. 
  • South Africa: The Jenna Lowe PH Clinic is a specialist clinic in Cape Town, South Africa, created shortly in memory of Jenna


North America