Problem Gambling is when a person’s gambling, causes harm to themselves and/or to those around them, such as a partner, family or friends.
When gambling begins to consume more money and time than a person can afford, it can affect many parts of their lives, including physical and emotional health, finances, relationships, work and study.
- Have you ever felt the need to bet more and more money?
- Have you ever had to lie to people who were important to you about how much you gambled?
If you answered ‘yes’ to one or both of those questions, you may well have a gambling problem.
Gambling Help counselling services and employs trained Gambling Help Counsellors who are able to assist those with a gambling problem. Our service is completely confidential and non-judgemental.
If you think you may have a gambling problem – or if you would just like to talk to one of our counsellors about your gambling habit, you are most welcome to contact the centre nearest to you by selecting the service type 'Counselling' below.