Mental and emotional support will still be available for Katherine residents concerned about ongoing PFAS contamination issues.
Funding for the support program was due to run out next week.
The Federal Government provided the funding at the same time as the free blood testing program was rolled out in Katherine several years ago.
Few local residents have accessed the program although hundreds took part in the blood study.
The results of that blood study, contracted to the Australian National University, have been delayed until next year.
"The Australian Government understands many people, particularly in the investigation areas of Oakey, Williamtown and Katherine, are concerned about the potential health effects of PFAS.
"Dedicated mental health and counselling services continue to be available for people who live or work, or have lived or worked in these areas until 30 June 30, 2021.
NT Primary Health Network said the current service provider under this funding is EASA, who can be contacted here or call 1800 193 123.
NT PHN CEO, Nicki Herriot said: "More broadly, psychology services are available in the Katherine community and people are encouraged to speak with their doctor about their concerns and accessing appropriate services.
"The Department of Health has confirmed with NT PHN there is additional funding available for the 2020-21 financial year to support delivery of these services, as needed.
"As part of the PFAS response to date, NT PHN has funded both Katherine Town Council and the Australian Red Cross to provide local community led wellbeing initiatives for Katherine residents."
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