Addressing the social and economic issues that result from problem gambling in Western Australia.
If you would like to talk to someone about your gambling habits, or the habits of somebody you care about, private and confidential counselling services are available.
Gambling Help WA is a free face to face counselling service for people affected by problem gambling, their partners and families. It offers a supportive environment to talk about the impact that gambling has on their lives as well as the opportunity to
learn new ways to manage the behaviour. The services provided by Gambling Help WA include:
Gambling Help WA service is provided by Centrecare. You can view Centrecare’s Gambling Help WA brochure (PDF 265 KB).
To make an appointment call Gambling Help WA on 61 8 9325 6644 (during business hours).
The Problem Gambling Helpline is a 24 hour confidential telephone counselling and referral service. Calls to the Problem Gambling Helpline are free and won’t be listed on your phone bill.
Calls can be made by anyone who would like to know about gambling related problems and how to deal with them. The Problem Gambling Helpline can also help arrange free professional face to face counselling for those callers who are interested in this option.
To speak to a professional immediately, you can call the Problem Gambling Helpline on 1800 858 858.
Gambling Help Online is a web-based problem gambling service which provides:
The service is provided by Turning Point, who are based in Victoria. To access the online counselling service.
Gambling Help Online
Problem Gambling Support Services Committee was formed in 1995 under
the auspices of the Gaming and Wagering Commission of Western Australia.
The committee brings together
representatives from the gambling industry and government to address the
social and economic issues that result from problem gambling in Western
The committee currently funds two help services for people affected by problem gambling, their partners and families:
The committee contributes to Gambling Help Online, Gambling Research Australia and Responsible Gambling Awareness Week.
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