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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Gambling Harms Awareness and Support Training (GambleAware)

Updates

May 2022

Contract to be finalised May 2022, project to commence May 2022.

Independent evaluation brief in development. Evaluation to commence October 2022.

October 2021

GambleAware has issued an Invitation to Tender to develop and deliver a new Gambling Harms Awareness and Support training programme across Great Britain. The programme aims to increase awareness and knowledge of gambling harms amongst professionals and community leaders who work or volunteer in eight sectors: debt advisors, faith leaders, primary care, social care, occupational health, criminal justice settings, housing and homelessness services and community pharmacies. The training programme will be delivered over a three-year period across England, Scotland and Wales. The total grant funding for this project is up to £3 million.

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