Therapeutic counsellors are available to help individuals, partners, family members and affected others control and deal with problem gambling face to face or over the phone. To find out more about counselling options, or to make an appointment, call us on 1300 133 445.
Financial counselling provides support for individuals and families who are experiencing the financial burden of their own or a family members gambling. To find out more about financial counselling options, or to make an appointment, call us on 1300 133 445.
Peer Connection is confidential, anonymous and phone based service, matching volunteers who have successfully dealt with their own gambling problem with people who are in the process of getting their gambling under control. To find out more about Peer Connection, call us on 1300 133 445.
It’s estimated that for every person who has a problem with gambling, another five to 10 people are negatively affected. A person’s gambling behaviour can have social, physical and financial impacts on those who are close to them.
If someone close to you is experiencing harm from gambling, we can help you with free information, advice and support. Call us on 1300 133 445 to find out how we can help.
Our community educators undertake service promotion activities as well increasing education and awareness about responsible and problem gambling, and aim to minimise the harm of problem gambling for vulnerable groups.
Venue support workers support the ongoing development of responsible gambling practices and environments within the gaming industry.