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Every year Gambler's Help assists thousands of Victorians with free and confidential advice 24/7. We help people with gambling problems as well as those close to them who are affected by their gambling.

There are many ways to get help – choose the support that suits you. On the phone or online. You name the method, we’re here to help.

What is counselling and how does it work?

Gambler’s Help counsellors provide a safe place for you to feel like you are being heard. During COVID19 isolation, free and confidential counselling services remain available over the phone or online. These sessions are also available to the family and friends of those who gamble.

In this video, therapeutic counsellor, Jake Newstadt dispels some common fears and explains what really happens when you receive counselling through Gambler’s Help.

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Find support

If you need a bit of help to get back on track, support is close at hand, it's confidential and free.

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Help yourself

If you’ve noticed gambling is stopping you from achieving the things you want to, it’s time to tackle it.

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Families and friends

If someone close to you is experiencing harm from gambling, we can help you.

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Under 25s

Going through a tough time? Youthline is confidential and open 24/7 – call 1800 262 376.

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Aboriginal Communities’ Gambling Awareness Program

Harm from gambling is common in both the wider community and the Aboriginal community.

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Help in languages other than English

Talk to someone who speaks your language.

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* Based on 2017–18 data from the Gambler’s Help client outcomes survey, 63% of responses indicated improvement in their financial situation at a six month follow up survey.