Gambling addiction helplines
Read about gambling addiction, its effects and treatment options, and where to get help.
Royal College of Psychiatrists Leaflet
This leaflet is for anyone who is worried about their gambling and the families, partners and friends of anyone whose gambling has become a problem.
Helpline: 0808 8020 133 www.gamcare.org.ukA confidential counselling, advice and information service for people affected by a gambling dependency, including family and friends of compulsive gamblers.Gamblers Anonymous (UK)Helplines: See contact page for regional phone numberswww.gamblersanonymous.org.uk
Provides information about a fellowship of men and women who have joined together to do something about their own gambling problem.
It can really help to speak to someone if you are worried about your own gambling, or if someone else’s gambling is having an impact on your life. We have trained advisors waiting to speak to you using our text-based multilingual Live Support service. The team will answer your questions, provide information and can offer practical and emotional support during difficult times.
Gordon Moody Association
For all application enquiries call 01384 241292
Gordon Moody Association is a registered charity with over 40 years experience in providing residential support and treatment for people who are severely addicted to gambling. We have two treatment centres, one in the West Midlands and the other on the Kent/London borders.
Our specialist approach and experience since 1971 has allowed us to develop treatment interventions that are purely gambling focused whilst also addressing the extremes of the associated behaviours often experienced by problem gamblers.
Gam Anon & Gam Anon Scotland
For anyone affected by someone else's gambling.