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
This year’s celebration will be on Thursday 20th October.
Most of us will have accessed peer support at some time in our lives. It may have been formally via a support group or educational program, or informally such as an ‘over the fence’ chat with somebody who understands our concerns.
The following list of possible benefits and approaches to peer support…Read more
Every year the Peer Connection Program administers a client survey to get feedback about the program and increase our understanding about aspects of the service that clients find useful or helpful. The survey results from May 2016 show that the program is used generally as an adjunct to other support services, but respondents identify that…Read more
The Peer Connection Program is a state-wide telephone support service delivered by volunteers who have overcome a gambling problem. The information gathered for the period July to December 2015 displays the effectiveness of the volunteers who give their time to the program. There were over 500 hours contributed by volunteers during this half of the…Read more