Welcome to Gambler’s Help West Vic

Gambler's Help West Vic is committed to promoting responsible gambling, and reducing gambling related harm, by helping individuals, families and communities deal with the impact and harm caused by problem gambling.  If you or someone in your family is concerned about the impact of gambling please contact Gambler’s Help.  All of our services are free, confidential and centred on the need you identify.

Contact us on 03 5337 3333 or 03 5358 7400 (Mon-Fri 9am–5pm) or CONTACT US.

If you need to speak to someone immediately, or for out-of-hours service, please contact the Gambler’s Helpline on 1800 858 858.

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Latest tweets…from the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation Twitter account


- February 25, 2017, 6:04 am

RT @FrankPenCC: We love the contest, the cover drives and the wickets…not the odds. We’re proud to support the @vicrgf #LoveTheGame Round…
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- February 24, 2017, 11:18 pm

Great to have @MarleneKairouz talk about protecting kids from the risks of gambling at the #LoveTheGame launch roun… https://t.co/2dIL0Lzp45
h J R

- February 24, 2017, 10:47 pm

Fun atmosphere here at Walter Galt Reserve for the #LoveTheGame round! Spectators are enjoying breakfast before the… https://t.co/qQBQzRkXiF
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Portrait image of financial counselling co-ordinator, Colin Handreck, for a story about problem gambling online and in sport.

“It’s not too late for a new start.”

Colin Handreck, Coordinator of Financial Counselling at Child and Family Services Ballarat Inc., featured in an article in …

Gambler’s Help at Springfest

Gambler’s Help West Vic enjoyed the yearly Springfest event held at Lake Wendouree and organised by Rotary.  Our team …


Responsible Gambling Awareness Week 17-22 October 2016

Responsible Gambling Awareness Week ran from 17-23 October.  The week is held annually to raise awareness about the importance …