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Help yourself

If you’ve noticed gambling is stopping you from achieving the things you want to, it’s time to tackle it. Sometimes all you need are self-help tools and gambling information to help you take some steps.

Use these tips, tools and programs to help you get control of your gambling, in your own way and your own time.

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How to reduce your gambling

Follow these practical tips to help ensure that gambling doesn't sneak up on you.

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Regaining control

Regaining control

If your gambling is causing problems in your life, there are things you can do to stop it being an issue. You can take steps to change your life.

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Money management

Consider these tips for managing your money to help you stop or cut back on gambling.

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Self-help tools

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100 Day Challenge

The 100 Day Challenge is a free online tool for anyone who wants to change their relationship with gambling.

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Problem Gambling Severity Index (PGSI)

Self-exclusion

Self-exclusion is a free program where you ban yourself from gaming venues or internet gambling.

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Your play, your way

YourPlay

Track how much money and time you spend at pokies venues using this personal gaming card.

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Self-help guide

This manual lets you work through understanding and getting control of your gambling in your own way and at your own pace. Using it you can do a self-assessment, and then set goals. It includes exercises to help you achieve and maintain your goals.

Help yourself: a self-help guide to overcoming gambling problems

Gambling calculator

Ever wondered how much time and money you spend on gambling? This calculator will show you how gambling affects your life over a year.

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