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Get help and support with gambling harm

Gambler's Help is your 24/7 support for true empowerment. Our expert team provides personalised counselling to break free from harm. Explore our online resources for comprehensive assistance, extending support to both individuals and affected families. Seize control, rewrite your story, and take the crucial first step to recovery.

Connect with us via phone, live chat, or email — Gambler's Help is your dedicated partner in finding gambling harm help and reclaiming your life.

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Gambling Support Services

We support people with gambling harm, family and friends close to them, and those wanting to cut back on gambling. Call for free gambling support services.

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How to control or stop gambling yourself

Find tips, tools, and programs to help you get control of your gambling, in your own way and your own time. Take steps to change your life for better.

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Gambling help for families and friends

We provide help to partners, families, or friends of someone who is experiencing harm from gambling. Call Gambler's Help on 1800 858 858.

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Gambling help for under 25s

Gambler’s Help Youthline on 1800 262 376 for advice and support, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It's anonymous, confidential and free.

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First Nations Gambling Awareness Program

Harm from gambling is common in the First Nations community. We provide help to any First Nations people who are experiencing harm from gambling.

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Help in languages other than English

At Gambler's Help, we provide free and confidential support in a range of languages other than English. Call 1800 858 858 and we can arrange an interpreter.

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* Based on 2017–18 data from the Gambler’s Help client outcomes survey, 63% of responses indicated improvement in their financial situation at a six month follow up survey.