Awareness and prevention
For the benefit of Victorian citizens, the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation releases a large amount of information through online and print publishing.
Making information easily accessible reduces the need for members of the public to submit requests under the Freedom of Information Act 1982.
The statements below outline the role of the foundation and make it easy for the public to find the information they need regarding key services, functions, and reports.
The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation is an independent statutory that helps people who experience harm from gambling, as well as their families and friends.
We are also responsible for fostering greater understanding and awareness of gambling harm in the wider community.
We provide gambling counselling and other services for those affected by gambling, we run community education and information campaigns to support responsible gambling and commission research to ensure our programs are based on the best available evidence.
The foundation works within a public health framework, taking a whole-of-community approach by working to minimise harm at the individual and community level.
Information about the foundation, its operations, functions, online publications and other resources is available on this website.
This list is a snapshot of the information available from the foundation.
Acts relevant to the VRGF
Key structures, functions and business areas of the foundation
Foundation annual reports
The foundation provides a range of information about gambling which are published on this website.
Members of the public can also write directly to the foundation seeking information on any aspect of its operations. Correspondence can be addressed to:
Chief Executive Officer, Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, PO Box 2156, Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC 3050
Alternatively, contact the foundation by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 03 9452 2600.
The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation creates a large number of documents and records in the course of its work. The foundation uses an electronic document and records management system to classify, store, access and manage a broad range of electronic and hard copy documents.
The information contained in the Freedom of Information Part II Statements is a snapshot of the information available from the foundation and is not an exhaustive list.
The types of documents that the foundation handles include:
These documents are organised under the following categories according to the foundation business classification schemes:
The sitemap of this website shows the areas of work the foundation undertakes and in which areas documents are created.
The resources locations and content presented in the Freedom of Information Part II Statement provides only a snapshot of the information that is available and is not an exhaustive representation.
To find a specific topic, conduct a full search of the website or send an email to email@example.com.
Under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the Act), members of the public have the right to request access to documents about their personal affairs and activities of the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation.
A freedom of information request needs to be made in writing to the agency that holds the documents being requested. Requests for documents in the possession of VRGF should be addressed to: Freedom of Information Officer, Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation PO Box 2156, Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC 3050
To lodge a freedom of information request, or for further information about how to make a request, please visit the Freedom of Information website.
Once the request is received, the Freedom of Information Officer will process it in line with the Act.
The resource locations and content presented below provide a snapshot of the information that is available and are not an exhaustive representation.
Information on how to make a request and how the foundation is complying with the obligations in the Act
Page 57 of the Annual Report
Lodge a request online and find general information on lodging requests.
The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation produces a wide range of publications, which can be accessed in the publications section of this website.
The resource locations and content presented below provide a snapshot of the information that is available on the foundation website and are not an exhaustive representation.
Both corporate and other publications are available in the publication section.
Information and resources > Inside Gambling
About Us > Who we are
News and media releases
About Us > News
This section highlights some areas in which the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation (VRGF) publishes internal rules, policies and procedures online.
Types of information that can be found on this website include:
The resource locations and content presented below provide a snapshot of the information that is available on the VRGF website and are not an exhaustive representation.
Acts relevant to VRGF
Laws and Regulations > Legislation
Home > Privacy
Protected Disclosures Act 2012
To find a specific topic, conduct a full search of the website, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This section illustrates examples of where the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation (VRGF) publishes information about submissions, research and grants.
Information specified by Financial Reporting Direction 22C is retained by the VRGF Accountable Officer and is made available on request to Ministers, Members of Parliament and the public (subject to Freedom of Information requirements, if applicable).
Enquiries should be directed to: Chief Executive Officer, Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation (VRGF), PO Box 2156, Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC 3050
This statement outlines the role of VRGF and makes it easy for the public to find information they need regarding key services, functions, reports and outputs.
Information about government initiatives undertaken by the Victorian Government to minimise harm that arises from gambling.
Home > Get help
Information about prevention projects to inform and encourage the community to minimise harm caused by and gambling.
Home > Awareness and prevention
Research reports and studies relating to the activities of the VRGF.
Information and Resources > Publications
More information is available at the Freedom of Information website.