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Help

For further information and support, you can access the links to a range of organisations below. Alternatively, use our Navigator tool to find local support and information tailored to your needs.

Gambling Support

GamCare’s Young People’s service

The national support service for young people and families impacted by gambling-related harms.

NSPCC

The NSPCC is the UK’s leading children’s charity, preventing abuse and helping those affected to recover.

The MiX

The Mix is a UK based charity that provides free, confidential support for young people under 25 via online, social and mobile.

GamCare

GamCare provides information, advice and support for those gambling and their affected others.

Free, 24/7 helpline:

National Problem Gambling Clinic

The National Problem Gambling Clinic is an established provider of gambling treatment in the UK.

Gamblers

Anonymous

Group meetings, forums and information for people experiencing gambling harms.

 GamAnon UK

Gam-Anon

Group meetings held for those affected by someone else’s gambling.

BeGambleAware

Information about gambling harms and advice and support on how to prevent harms.

GamFam

GamFam support people who have experienced the devastating effects of gambling via peer support. 

Gordon Moody

UK wide residential treatment programmes.

Gambling Self-Exclusion Support

Gamban

paid for service that blocks access to gambling apps and websites.

Gamstop

Service that blocks access to gambling apps and websites.

Financial Support

Step Change

Free debt advice service.

Citizens Advice

Free confidential advice on a range of issues.

National Debt Helpine

Free debt advice service.

Mental Health Support

Mind

Information, advice and support around mental health.

Samaritans

Free, emotional support and guidance for people in distress and struggling to cope.

Shout

Free 24/7 text service for anyone in crisis.

Papryus

Free suicide pervention service for those affected by thoughts of suicide.

Childline

Free service for young people aged 19 and under to discuss any worries and issues.