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Members of the Hospice Lotteries Association are committed to using lotteries to raise vital funds for hospices in a responsible way.

While the risk of 'problem gambling' associated with hospice lotteries is small, there may be circumstances where some players or their families may wish to discuss gambling-related problems with specialist advisers.

To facilitate this, Hospice Lotteries Association financially supports the work of The Responsible Gambling Trust - the organisation which provides this support. The annual donation of £500 made to the RGT by the Hospice Lotteries Association satisfies its members' requirements under LCCP 3.1.1 (Combating problem gambling).

 

 

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Responsible Gambling Trust (RGT) is the leading charity in the UK committed to minimising gambling-related harm. As an independent national charity funded by donations from the gambling industry, RGT funds education, prevention and treatment services and commissions research to broaden public understanding of gambling-related harm. The aim is to stop people getting into problems with their gambling, and ensure that those that do develop problems receive fast and effective treatment and support.

RGT raises a minimum of £5million each year from the gambling industry operating in Britain within a voluntary (donation based) system and funds research, education, prevention and treatment services. Funding priorities are guided by the national strategy, advised by the Responsible Gambling Strategy Board (RGSB) and endorsed by the Gambling Commission.

As an independent national charity, RGT is registered with and regulated by the Charity Commission for England and Wales.

 

 

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Gamble Aware® is adminstered and funded by the Responsible Gambling Trust. 

Their aim is to promote responsibility in gambling by providing information to help people make informed decisions about their gambling. They will help to find out more about gambling and what responsible gambling means, to understand and recognise problem gambling, and show where to go for further information, help and support to those who need it.

 

Use of the GambleAware logo for Hospice Lotteries Association members

Use of the GambleAware logo is subject to licence conditions. Hospice Lotteries Association members can request a copy of the logo in the Documents section of the members area. 

 

 

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GamCare is a leading provider of information, advice, support and free counselling for the prevention and treatment of problem gambling. They operate the National Gambling Helpline, provide treatment for problem gamblers and their families, create awareness about responsible gambling and treatment, and encourage an effective approach to responsible gambling within the gambling industry.

The Freephone GamCare HelpLine (0808 8020 133) and its online equivalent, NetLine, provide live, confidential, one-to-one information, advice and emotional support and signposting to further sources of local or specialist help, including their own counselling services. They answer around 100 contacts a day; 7 days a week (8am to Midnight). Advisers are specifically trained and can discuss what options are available, or offer coping strategies to those who want to change their gambling behaviour.

GamCare can provide posters and leaflets to gambling outlets/venues. To order, visit here.

Contact:

Stella Dalton, Head of Education and Prevention
 
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The purpose of this site is ultimately to provide the UK with a huge counselling support network, enabling those in distress to find a counsellor close to them and appropriate for their needs. This is a free, confidential service that will hopefully encourage those in distress to seek help. Visit the Gambling specific section here: Counselling Directory (Gambling)

Any queries for the Counselling Directory, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. t: 01276 301235