Support for specific communities

In-language counselling

Providing support to people from all backgrounds and cultures is important to the foundation so we are working with a number of community organisations to provide multi-lingual counselling in key languages.

Find out about In-language counselling

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

Specialist support is available for people experiencing gambling problems in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. We can help the person with the gambling problem as well as those close to them who are affected by their gambling.

Find out about support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

Support for people with disabilities

We provide information, advice and support in a number of ways to cater for the range of abilities and preferences in the community.

Find out about the many ways to get help.

If you are deaf, or have a hearing or speech impairment:

1. Contact us through the National Relay Service

2. Give the Gambler's Help number 1800 858 858 or Gambler's Help Youthline number 1800 262 376 or any other number you wish to use.

For more information, visit: National relay service.

Other languages

We provide support and information in various languages, including interpreter services for the Gambler's Help phone service.

Find out about help in other languages

Young people

Are you under 25? The Gambler's Help Youthline 1800 262 376 is available to young people seeking information, support and advice about gambling.

Find out more about young people and gambling.

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