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Gamblers Anonymous

We hold weekly meetings. We advise regular attendance. 24hr helpline available.
PO Box 88, London, SW10 0EU
Area serviced:
020 7384 3040 (helpline 24hrs)
Opening times:
Weekly meetings at various locations throughout the UK. Please phone for local details.
Who is it for:
Our self-help fellowship is for compulsive gamblers with a desire to stop gambling.
Disabled access:
Some meetings have wheelchair access. Contact helpline.
Contact helpline
None. Voluntary contributions only.
How to apply:
Contact helpline.

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Services providing advice and information relating to all aspects of mental health.
Services associated to counselling in all its various forms, including one-to-one and group therapy.
Gambling (or betting) is any behavior involving risking money or valuables (making a wager or placing a stake) on the outcome of a game, contest, or other event in which the outcome of that activity depends partially or totally upon chance or upon one's ability to do something.
Services which offer a helpline for providing support in a crisis and/or information and advice.
OCD is a problem characterised by obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviour. The behaviour can take various forms such as cleaning or checking rituals in which the person will repeatedly clean themselves or their house or check, for example, that doors are locked and/or electrical sockets are turned off. Dermatological problems are common in people who repeatedly wash their hands. People with OCD can be treated using cognitive behavioural treatment and/or antidepressants.
Groups or organisations set up to support the specific needs of mental health service users, and their carers.