GambleAware is a commissioner of integrated prevention, education and treatment services on a national scale. The National Gambling Treatment Service brings together a National Gambling Helpline and a network of locally-based providers nationwide, delivering a range of treatment services, including brief intervention, counselling (delivered either face-to-face or online), residential programmes and psychiatrist-led care. Working alongside statutory and voluntary sector agencies to support a place-based approach, to map care pathways and develop referral routes.
Our public health campaigns support local services to respond to gambling harms, awareness and behaviour change campaigns provide practical support to GP’s, debt and other advice agencies, mental health services, prisons, military personnel, professional sports, schools and youth workers. We also commission research to improve knowledge of what works in prevention, education and treatment.