Gambling Support


GamCare is the leading provider of free advice and support for anyone affected by gambling harms across Great Britain. The charity operates the National Gambling Helpline, provides free confidential and non-judgemental structured support and treatment for anyone who is harmed by gambling as well as creating awareness about safer gambling

GamCare offers:
- One-to-one face-to-face, online and telephone therapeutic support and treatment for people experiencing gambling harm, as well as family and friends who are impacted by gambling. They deliver this in five regions: South East, East Midlands, London, Scotland and Yorkshire Humber.
- Online treatment supported by regular contact with a therapist, which can be accessed at a time and place convenient for the client over the course of eight weeks.
- Group-based Gambling Recovery Courses delivered face-to-face or online for between six to eight weeks.

See their website for full details.

About GamCare

The National Gambling Support Network, formerly known as ‘The National Gambling Treatment Service’, is a group of organisations across Great Britain that provide free, confidential and personalised support for anyone who’s experiencing harm from gambling, as well as those affected by someone else’s gambling.

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The Helpline is available 24 hours a day, every day of the year – completely free of charge.
Available by calling 0808 8020 133, via web live chat, or WhatsApp.

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