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Gambling Help2022-03-10T13:40:16+00:00

Free, Confidential, Non-Judgemental Gambling Help

We deliver free and confidential gambling help across the Wales and the South West.

There are many different ways you can get in touch with us. Fill out our confidential Get Support form. Give us a call on 0330 1340 286 or email us.

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I NEED HELP WITH MY GAMBLING

Free, confidential advice & addiction support for anyone affected by a gambling problem in Wales and the South West.

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FREE GAMBLING RESOURCES

Resources to help you with begin to take control of your gambling.

Includes a free assessment of your gambling and our in-depth support manual.

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AFFECTED OTHERS

Have you been affected by a loved one’s gambling?

Get in touch today for specialised support.

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Lived experience gambling relapse prevention group

LIVED EXPERIENCE

Ara’s Lived Experience group encourages and promote the voice of those with lived experience of problem gambling.

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SELF EXCLUSION

Find out how to exclude yourself from gambling using software and other methods.

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YOUNG PEOPLE SERVICE

We provide free gambling awareness workshops for young people and professionals who work with young people.

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Our Locations

We provide free gambling help across Wales and South West England.

Our locations include:

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You are not alone.

Our most important message:

If you are struggling with gambling harms, you are not alone.

Research suggests that up to 340,000 people in the UK have problems with gambling. A further 2 million are at risk of developing harms. There are on average 6-10 people affected by a person’s disordered gambling. These include spouses, children, friends and work colleagues.

We can help – get support today.

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