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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

A programme to implement and embed a sustainable, multi-component and collaborative public health approach across Yorkshire and the Humber region to tackle gambling related harms, including gambling related debt, with a focus on education and prevention and access to support and treatment (ADPH, Y&H)

Updates

May 2022

We currently have a full time co-ordinator in place and engagement is underway at local authority level to scope potential early intervention via key services and settings in Yorkshire and Humber. The research and insight work with priority groups (gamblers and affected others) has begun and commissioned to inform and target interventions and communications to prevent and reduce gambling related harm and improve navigation to support.

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