Help & Advice

YGAM is an educational charity and does not provide direct treatment or support to those affected by gambling or gaming, but our extensive directory will help you get the support you need.

This page contains information and links to organisations and charities that offer support and treatment for people with gambling, gaming, mental health or financial problems or concerns. YGAM is not responsible for the content of the websites listed and links do not imply any endorsement.

Gaming Support

National Gaming disorder clinic

 

Provides treatment for problem gamers living in England and Wales aged 13 and upwards. 

 

Email ncba.cnwl@nhs.net
Call 020 7381 7722
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Gambling Support

National Problem Gambling Clinic

 Treatment for problem gamblers living in England and Wales aged 16 and over. The team assesses the needs of problem gamblers as well as those of  their partners and family members

Call 0207 381 7722
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Big Deal

Part of GamCare’s Youth Outreach Programme, this website provides information and advice on gambling for young people and parents.

Call 0808 8020 133
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Gamcare

Information, advice and support for problem gamblers and their families, through the National Gambling Helpline, online chats, forums and treatment programmes.

Call 0808 8020 133
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Mental Health and General Support

Young Minds

Improving the wellbeing and mental health of children and young people through their parent helpline, training and consultancy and online information.

Call 0808 802 5544
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Childline

A free, private and confidential service for people under the aged of 19 to talk about anything. Whatever the worry, support is available online or on the phone at anytime.

Call 0800 1111
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The Mix

UK based charity that provides free, confidential support for young people under 25 via online, social and mobile

Call 0808 808 4994
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Barnardos

Offering practical and emotional support for young people. Information around safeguarding issues to help and support families.


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