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Problem Gambling

Salvos Caseworker helping young man with a financial counselling program

Do you have a gambling problem? Or are you concerned about someone you know?

Problem gambling occurs when a person is dominated by a persistent strong urge to gamble. This is often coupled with a belief that continued gambling will solve their financial problems.

Gambling excessively causes havoc to a person's life socially, emotionally and financially. It may lead to the loss of relationships, home, health and career and may cause depression and stress in a person’s life.

Support Options

The Bridge Program

The Bridge Program provides an opportunity for people to overcome addiction of any kind.

The Bridge Program offers long-term residential treatment as well as community-based support options.

Find out more about addiction services

Financial Counselling

The Salvation Army's Moneycare program provides professional financial counselling services and are problem gambling specialists.

Financial counsellors analyse and assess your financial situation and give you information about credit and debt issues. They involve you in the process as much as possible and work with you to develop a plan to improve your situation.

Find out more about financial counselling

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