My name is Daniel. I’m a former gambler and Peer Connection volunteer. It was at the footy club that gambling started for me. Binge drinking and gambling in the pubs with blokes who were really serious about their footy. We would work and train hard during the week and then drink and gamble too much on the weekend.Read more
Banyule Community Health has been funded by the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation to produce a series of podcasts about gambling harm and recovery.
The series will focus on a range of gambling harm related topics, and include interviews with people who have themselves experienced gambling, affected others, Gambler’s Help professionals and several academics.
Who are the podcasts for?
We hope that people…Read more
Banyule Community Health is running a new course for people experiencing gambling harm. The course will be presented by 2 facilitators who have experienced gambling harm and recovery and aims to help people make positive changes to their gambling behaviour through education and peer support. The course is appropriate for people wanting to make changes…Read more
The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation has released a new campaign Bet Check, which encourages people to consider that “harm from gambling starts earlier than you think. So if you start to justify your behaviour, it’s a sign you should rethink how you bet.” The campaign reaches out to people experiencing gambling harm at a moderate…Read more