Problem gambling intervention services provide psychosocial support and clinical interventions (counselling) services for individuals experiencing gambling harm, including gamblers and those affected by someone else’s gambling.

The system of intervention adopted by the Ministry is based on a multi-modal approach and acknowledges the widespread impact of problem gambling on the individual and their family and affected others.

The Intervention Services purchased by the Ministry comprise a combination of service types including:

  • helpline and information services
  • brief interventions
  • full interventions
  • facilitation services
  • follow-up services.

Full details of outcomes, objectives and activities for each of the above services are contained in the following documents.

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