If you or a family member is suffering from a gambling disorder, recovery is possible. While we understand the path to recovery may not be the same for everyone, there are many support services available to help individuals seek recovery and begin to repair hurt relationships, financial devastation and other consequences of problem gambling. Explore these recovery options both online and in-person to find the right help for you or your loved one!
For most people, gambling online is what it should be – a fun way to spend their leisure time. However, for a small minority, gambling online can be a problem.
The vast majority of our online customers will never experience a problem. However, playing responsibly is not confined to those who either have a gambling problem or are the most at risk of developing one. It is the best approach for everyone.
On all of our websites we are committed to helping our customers keep it fun by marketing and advertising those gambling operators that promote safe and responsible online gambling. Additionally, by providing information and guidance to those who may be unable to stay in control of their gambling.
The UK licensed websites that we recommend help by providing the functionality to:
A good way to gauge whether your gambling is no longer fun, and may be getting out of control, is to ask yourself the following questions:
If you answer “yes” to any of these questions, then you may need to take control of your gambling, using the information below. You can also take the confidential ‘Worried about your gambling’ quiz on the BeGambleaware website and try out their Gambling Calculator to give you an indication whether your gambling is becoming a problem.
The first step in taking back control is to be completely honest with yourself and accept that there is a problem, but that you have the will to confront it. Having done so, you have taken the biggest step to addressing the issue. It may be that simply standing back and realising that you have been displaying some of the above behaviours is enough to make you adjust your approach and allow you to resume control. Alternatively, you may feel you need help, advice and support.