Awareness and prevention
Information and resources
Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation
Victorian Aboriginal Health Service (VAHS) delivers specialist gambling support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. This includes counselling to help your client deal with a gambling problem, or financial counselling to help them get their finances back on track. Help is available and is free and confidential.
This support is available via telephone or face-to-face, and is provided by the Victorian Aboriginal Health Service (VAHS) in Fitzroy and Preston.
Victorian Aboriginal Community Services Association (VACSAL) helps build capacity for Gambler's Help services. The aim is to raise awareness, empower and build the capacity of Indigenous communities to both prevent and respond to problem gambling issues on a local basis and work closely with both Aboriginal communities and Gambler's Help Services to achieve this.The Victorian Aboriginal Gambling Awarness Service (VAGAS) has been establised to: