If gambling is negatively affecting you or someone you know, there are lots of specialist organisations that can help. Our scheme helps by allowing people to self-exclude from betting shops, but other help is also available. Find the support that’s right for you below.
On this page you can find information about a range of different support options from specialist organisations that offer confidential advice and tailored treatments on a range of gambling related issues.
GAMSTOP helps you put controls in place to restrict your online gambling activities and you will be prevented from using any gambling websites and apps.
The Bingo Industry Self-Exclusion Scheme (BISES) offers gamblers self-exclusion from all licensed land-based bingo premises across Great Britain.
Bacta can help you self-exclude from one or more Adult Gaming Centres, High Street Arcades, Motorway Service Areas and Family Entertainment Centres.
SENSE self-exclusion offers self-exclusion from all licensed land based casinos for anyone who may be experiencing gambling problems in Great Britain.
If you would like help to self-exclude from High Street Bingo premises, Adult Gaming Centres, or both at once, you can do so using SmartEXCLUSION.
The NGTS works with, and alongside, the National Health Service, providing free telephone, online and face-to-face treatment for individuals and groups, across UK.
GamCare is the leading UK provider of free information, advice and support for anyone harmed by gambling. If gambling is affecting you, contact GamCare.
BeGambleAware offers free, confidential help and support to anyone who’s worried about their own or someone else’s gambling, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
BigDeal is a place for young people to find information and support related to gambling.
Gordon Moody is the UK’s leading charity dedicated to providing support and treatment for gambling addiction.
Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem.
The only person that can decide if you have a gambling problem is you. Gamblers Anonymous may help you to determine if you have a problem.
Gam-Anon can help! Their meetings are for anyone who has been affected by a loved one’s gambling problem.
Providing free debt advice for over 25 years, National Debtline is a charity dedicated to providing free debt advice to people across the UK.
Providing people with knowledge and confidence. Their national charity and network of local charities offer confidential advice online, over the phone, and in person, for free.
Step can help get your finances back on track. They provide free, confidential and expert debt advice and money guidance.