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Banks may support for customers who want to manage their gambling through restrictions on spending, blocks on credit cards and even hardship assistance.
If you or a family member have gambling issues, you can get support from free face-to-face gambling counselling services all over NSW. Find one close to you.
With gambling, there’s just one lucky number you can be sure of. See how GambleAware’s new ad campaign supports people affected by gambling in CALD communities.
NSW Gambling Survey 2019. Summary. Published research report funded through the NSW Responsible Gambling Fund.
Responsible gambling and gambling harm minimisation research gap analysis. Summary. Published research report funded through the NSW Responsible Gambling Fund.
Shutdown periods for electronic gaming machines (EGMs). Summary. Published research report funded through the NSW Responsible Gambling Fund.
A rapid review and research gap analysis: a 2020 update. Summary. Published research report funded through the NSW Responsible Gambling Fund.
Discover the research projects the Office of Responsible Gambling has commissioned or funded that are in the works right now. See where our research on gambling is going this year.
Identifying gambling problems or harm in health and community contexts is challenging but may change lives. Routine screening tools can help the process along.
Because you see young people in an environment away from their home, you may spot clues to gambling issues that even their family can’t see. What can you do?
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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