Awareness and prevention

To make gambling safer in our state, we want to increase community awareness about both the risks of gambling and the help available to those with a gambling problem.

This is the mission of the foundation's community education and prevention programs.

The VFL Seagulls learn about the many ways to get support

In the spirit of the foundation’s current ‘many ways’ awareness campaign to promote Gambler’s Help services, senior players at the VFL Williamstown Seagulls recently received a special education session as part of the Gambling's not a game program.

Our partners helping spread the message

The foundation partners with sporting and public health organisations across Victoria to help us promote responsible gambling.

Gambling's not a game

With growing evidence that young people are gambling, the foundation launched its youth engagement strategy Gambling's not a game to help young people, their parents, teachers and sporting clubs understand the dangers of underage gambling.

  • Liz

    Just new to this but would love to get some inspiration to stop gambling. I am in a really bad place ...

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  • Jack

    I know how everyone is feeling I'm only 24 and been gambling almost daily for around 6 years.

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