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For every employer committed to the wellbeing of staff, a gamble aware workplace should be a priority. There are lots of ways to support staff and workmates.
If you’re worried about how gambling may be affecting you, there’s no shame in reaching out. A free, confidential conversation could change your life.
If you’re worried about how gambling may be affecting you, there’s no shame in reaching out. A free, confidential conversation could change your life.
Find out how we raise awareness about gambling’s risks and impacts, and check out the education and resources we share to help people make informed choices.
For free, confidential advice and support about gambling issues, just contact GambleAware. A professional counsellor can talk you through all your options.
GambleAware Week
Browse GambleAware’s comprehensive library of research reports on all aspects of gambling. They’re full of insights, and you’re welcome to quote them.
As an Aboriginal person, you can get free, culturally appropriate support in urban or regional NSW.
The Responsible Gambling Fund has funded campaigns to help NSW residents become more gamble aware and help them seek support. Which ones do you remember?
There’s a wide range of funding available to businesses, universities, community organisations and schools to help prevent or reduce gambling harm. Get inspired.
GambleAware acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the land and we pay respects to Elders past, present and emerging. GambleAware is an inclusive support service.
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