Jake’s story

I guess the most important thing for me in stopping was talking about it to people I trusted.

I’ve been able to give more to relationships since I stopped gambling, because my thoughts aren’t otherwise preoccupied. My mood has also been much more stable, as opposed to the massive swings I used to experience.

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Many Ways to Have Fun 2017

Responsible Gambling Awareness Week focuses on engagement with the community. One of our popular events to support the week at Banyule Community Health was a community event promoting and highlighting alternative recreational options to gambling….

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Peer Facilitated Course

A new peer facilitated course for people experiencing gambling harm Banyule Community Health is running a new course for people experiencing gambling harm. The course will be presented by 2 facilitators who have experienced gambling harm and recovery and aims to help people make positive changes to their gambling behaviour. It will include education about…

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Many Ways to Have Fun!

As part of Responsible Gambling Awareness Week, we invite you to come along to a fun-filled afternoon of food and activities including: Pop up stalls Prizes and Giveaways Keynote Singers Sausage Sizzle Details Date: Friday 27 October Time: 10.00am – 2.00pm Venue: Thomas Rossell Room, Banyule Community Health, 21 Alamein Road, Heidelberg West RSVP Wendy…

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