Scotland Reducing Gambling Harm
The Scotland Reducing Gambling Harm programme puts the voice of people affected by gambling at the heart of action to reduce those harms.
The Scotland Reducing Gambling Harm programme works directly with people with lived experience of gambling harm to support them to inform the National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms, to ensure the voice of lived experience informs policy change.
Scotland Reducing Gambling Harm’s work is driven by the National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms and funded through Regulatory Settlement Funds approved by the Gambling Commission. The three-year strategy calls for combined efforts to deliver two strategic aims:
- Prevention and Education
- Treatment and Support
This programme works co-productively with people with lived experience and with interested organisations who are working towards reducing gambling harms in Scotland. Read the programme’s response to the Review of the Gambling Act 2005, a report on engagement work carried out in Greater Glasgow, and a summary of the key messages from the recent Glasgow Gambling Summit 2021.
We are keen to recruit new members to the Lived Experience Forum for Gambling Harms. If you have questions or would like to get involved with this programme, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 404 0231.
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