Get Help With Gambling Addiction

We understand addiction is a tough thing to beat. If you feel yourself slipping here are some lifelines that may help.

Resources

Gamblers Anonymous

Gordon Moody

Gambling Therapy

NCPG

1-800-522-4700

People We Work With


We work with a range of amazing individuals and businesses who offer extremely valuable support, advice, information and tools to help fight gambling addiction.

All In Podcast

A conversation about gambling addiction and how it affects the individual, the family, and society.

The Broke Girl Society

Female Gambling Addiction Podcast: I talk with other problem gamblers about the struggles of dealing with this life changing addiction.

The Invisible Addiction

Podcasts for people who've felt gambling problems & identify with stories echoing their own experiences.

All Bets Are Off

The All Bets Are Off podcast was established in April 2020 as a gambling addiction recovery podcast.

Quit Gamble

QuitGamble.com is an online community for people who want to stop gambling. On QG you find, new friends, support, video courses, groups & chats.

The Problem Gambling Podcast

A podcast exploring issues surrounding problem gambling and gambling related harm.

Do you have a question about addiction support?


If you are feeling suicidal it is paramount that you contact the samaritans (UK) on 116 123, immediately. For outside of the UK you can find support numbers for your country here. A quick google search will also help you find the right people to call.
You can find a whole list of useful numbers and links to websites on this page. Please note: Gamban do not offer addiction support, our staff are not qualified to effectively discuss addiction and addiction related mental health issues.
Yes, if you have a gambling addiction your GP will be able to direct you to the right people to talk to, to help with your recovery. We also have a list of relevant numbers you can call on this page.
No, free gambling addiction support can be obtained through the NHS. We recommend visiting your GP to find out more. You can also find more information online here. There are also a number of free support groups that can offer advice and guidance on fighting addiction. Visit our get help page to find a list of numbers and links to specialised support groups and contacts that can offer advice and guidance on beating addiction.
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