At Gordon Moody our vision is that all those affected by gambling related harm will have access to the right help.

We understand that seeking the support that you need can sometimes be a confusing and challenging process. 

By contacting us we will be with you every step of the way to help you or a loved one start to reclaim and rebuild their lives free from gambling addiction though finding the right support for you. 

Our treatment programmes are aimed at those whose lives have been severely impacted by gambling addiction.

But gambling is a problem if it causes a problem. No matter how serious you may think your problem is, if gambling is having a negative effect on your life we are here to help and get you set up with support that works for you.

So how do you know if your gambling is serious enough for treatment at Gordon Moody or that you need to explore another option?

Self Help

You can get in touch with us by phone, text or email to discuss your gambling issues.

Our team of advisors are non-judgmental and will be happy to help. If you feel you are not ready to talk to anyone why not take our self-assessment or read some of our real-life stories. The important thing to remember is that you are not alone and we are here to help you.

National Gambling Support Network

Gordon Moody is part of the National Gambling Support Network in the UK. This service works with and alongside the NHS. 

It’s free at the point of delivery, provides telephone, online and face-to-face treatment for individuals and groups, across Great Britain. 

You can find out more about the National Gambling Support Network by clicking here or calling the National Gambling Helpline on 0808 802 0133.

Further Support

It may be that you are being negatively affected by other issues in addition to gambling we also may be able to help. 

Other issues such as substance misuse drugs/alcohol, debt issues, poor mental health, homelessness, domestic abuse and suicidal thoughts are all issues we have some experience of and can show you where to get help. 

A full list of our partner organisations can be found here or contact one of our advisers for more information:

Gambling Therapy

Gambling Therapy is an online support service for people outside the United Kingdom with gambling problems and those affected by others’ gambling. Their online services include forums and a resources database to look for other support options in your location.


A UK charity providing a helpline and one-to-one counselling services for people affected by gambling harm within the UK. They run the National Gambling Helpline – which is open from 8 am to midnight. For more details please visit their website or phone the helpline.
Freephone: 0808 802 0133


Gambling, drug, and alcohol use can threaten and ultimately destroy family relationships and wellbeing. Adfam empower family members and carers, support frontline workers and influence decision-makers to stop this happening.

Gamblers Anonymous UK 

Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who have joined together to do something about their own gambling behaviour and to help others do the same. There are groups throughout the country or you can chat with others online. More details are available on their website, together with regional helpline numbers.

Better Futures

You can assess your gambling behaviours on the Better Futures website. They have various options you can take following the assessment, depending on how severe your problem is and what treatment path you would prefer to follow.

National Problem Gambling Clinic – London

The CNWL National Problem Gambling Clinic treats people living in England and Wales who are aged 16 and over. It assesses the needs of addicted gamblers as well as those of their partners and family members and offers evidence based treatments as well as interventions to assist with financial, employment, social, and relationship difficulties. For more details, please visit their website. 
Phone: 0207 381 7722

Gam-Anon – support for those affected by others gambling 

Gam-Anon is a support group for the spouse, family, or close friends of compulsive gamblers. Visit their website for more information and regional helpline numbers, or phone the national number.
Phone: 08700 508 880

It’s Good To Talk

It’s Good To Talk offers you a safe, confidential place to talk about your life and anything that may be confusing, painful, or uncomfortable. It allows you to talk with someone who is trained to listen attentively and to help you improve things.

Step Change Debt Charity

Step Change Debt Charity provide the UK’s most comprehensive debt advice service, helping people with debt problems and taking back control of their finances and their lives.
Phone: 0800 138 1111
Mon-Fri 8 am-8 pm, Sat 8 am-4 pm

Debt Advice Foundation – confidential and independent debt advice

Debt Advice Foundation is a national debt advice and education charity offering free, confidential support and advice to anyone worried about debt.
Phone: 0800 043 4050

National Debtline – confidential and independent debt advice

The National Debtline provides free, confidential, and independent advice on how to deal with debt problems. For more information, visit their website.

The Money Advice Service – free and impartial money advice, set up by government

If you’re struggling with debt, it can be hard to know where to turn. But with lots of free, confidential help and advice services available across the UK, there’s no need to use a fee-charging debt management company.
Phone: 0300 500 5000

Citizens Advice Bureau

Citizens Advice Bureau helps people resolve legal, financial, and other problems by providing free information and advice. Visit their website for more information, including details of local offices.

Betknowmore UK

A UK charity helping people take back control of their life from gambling. Betknowmore UK was established by individuals with lived experience of gambling harms, who now use that insight and knowledge to help others.

Rehab 4 Addiction

Rehab 4 Addiction is an advisory and referral service for people who suffer from alcohol, drug, and behavioural addiction.

They work closely with rehabilitation centres and outpatient clinics throughout the UK and the admissions team match a patients’ addiction with an appropriately placed rehabilitation centre.


Finty is an online resource providing valuable information on managing finances and how it helps mental health, including expert advice on combating debt, knowing why people overspend, and how to manage the effects of money pressures.

They offer practical, useful tips and advice on budgeting, analysing spending habits, how to deal with debt, and more.

Addiction, Mental Health, Housing and Financial Guide for Veterans

When a member of the British military retires from active service and returns to civilian life, the adjustments required can be significant. 

Many of the men and women of our armed forces may have been living in service family accommodation and now find themselves seeking a roof over their heads for themselves and their families.

This guide will offer advice that can make the transition from serviceperson to civilian as smooth as possible. There are also a number of useful resources regarding mental health, addictions and financial advice.

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