GroceryAid has partnered with GamCare to provide advice and support for anyone affected by gambling harms.
Has your gambling or the gambling of someone close to you had a negative impact on your life? This may include financial problems, involvement in crime, relationship issues or poor health including mental health issues like stress, anxiety or depression.
Gambling problems can affect anyone. If you are worried, or you feel that your gambling or that of someone close to you is starting to get out of control, help and support is available.
GamCare give confidential information, advice and support, free of charge, for anyone affected by gambling harms in England, Scotland and Wales.
If you are not sure how much gambling has become a problem for you, you can take an online assessment here to find out how much of an impact gambling is having in your life.
GamCare Support Services
Advisers are available 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Call GamCare’s helpline on 0808 8020 133, or go to their website here to find out how to access support via WhatsApp Chat, Facebook Messenger and Live Chat.
You can also use the online message board/forum to talk with other people in similar situations via the Group Chatroom.
If you live in Northern Ireland you can access support from Gamblers Anonymous here.
Available to grocery colleagues, their spouses, partners and dependents