Other Organisations

There are many other organizations that provide services relevant to those affected by problem gambling. We particularly recommend these:


National Gambling Treatment Service

BreakEven is part of the National Gambling Treatment Service. The National Gambling Treatment Service is a network of organisations working together to provide confidential treatment and support for anyone experiencing gambling-related harms, free to access across England Scotland and Wales. Wherever someone makes contact throughout this network these providers work alongside each other through referral pathways to deliver the most appropriate package of care for individuals experiencing difficulties with gambling, and for those who are impacted by someone else’s gambling.

https://about.gambleaware.org/national-gambling-treatment-service/

Gamble Aware

Gamble Aware aims to promote responsibility in gambling. This website is intended to act as a core element in an effective education programme which seeks to minimise problem gambling and gambling-related harm, and to sign-post treatment and support for those in need.

http://www.gambleaware.co.uk/

GamCare: UK support and counselling

GamCare provides support, information and advice to anyone suffering through a gambling problem.

http://www.gamcare.org.uk

Gordon Moody Association: residential programmes

The Gordon Moody Association is a specialist provider of residential treatment for addicted gamblers. They provide holistic support on an ongoing basis to enable those affected by a gambling dependency to make significant and lasting changes to their lives.

http://www.gordonmoody.org.uk

Gamblers Anonymous

Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who have joined together to do something about their own gambling problem and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same.

http://www.gamblersanonymous.org.uk/

Gambling Therapy: multilingual online help

Gambling Therapy has a wealth of skills and experience in helping those affected by compulsive gambling or affected by a loved one's compulsive gambling.

http://www.gamblingtherapy.org