gambling (2).jpgWhether you bet on sports, buy scratch cards or lottery tickets, play bingo, visit casinos or gamble online and if you feel that your gambling is out of control, negatively affecting your life: straining relationships, interfering with work, leading to financial debt, and becoming an addiction, then you’ve already taken the first step to quitting by recognising that you have a problem. The Community Programme can help you to make the next step by putting you in touch with the many available services offering specialist advice and support to help you quit for good.


Compulsive gambling can be triggered or made worse by loneliness, stress, depression and anxiety, and if you’re looking for an alternative way to handle these difficult emotions without resorting to gambling and for help with quitting this addiction, then The Community Programme will help you to locate support groups and practical help available in your area, so you don’t need to tackle this problem on your own.


If you need practical help and support or specialist advice with this issue, please act now and contact one of the organisations listed by The Community Programme. 

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