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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Under the Peer Aid programme, second cohort of individuals with lived experience of gambling harms start face-to-face training for NCFE Level 2 Award in Gambling Peer Support (BKM, GamCare)

Updates

May 2022

The Peer Aid service has been recommissioned by Gamble Aware, and arrangements have been put in place for continuaton of service from April 22 to March 23. The service continues to deliver training and support activities, and is capacity-building for further scaling across the National Gambling Treatment Service.

October 2021

The six month evaluation is completed and the external interim evaluation is underway.

The planning for the extension of the service underway.

April 2021

Training of second cohort underway. Programme lauched with GamCare in March and first referrals made.

November 2020

The arrangements for the Peer Aid second cohort will be reviewed in January once the first cohort is in their posts.

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