GambleAware is committed to working in partnership with public health bodies in England, Scotland and Wales, NHS Foundation Trusts, and regional and local health commissioning agencies to raise awareness of gambling-related harms as a public health issue.
GambleAware seeks to increase public awareness of BeGambleAware.org and to ensure the website is a highly effective source of advice about safer gambling for the general public and a ‘signpost’ to services for those suffering gambling-related harms.
GambleAware aims to become a trusted source of knowledge and resources to support others to identify, signpost and address gambling-related harms. GambleAware is committed to working with other organisations well placed to respond to gambling-related harms. This includes GP practices, advice agencies, debt advisers and mental health services, prisons, the military, professional sports bodies and young people, and other vulnerable groups.
Gambling advertising of all forms is generally required to include the BeGambleAware.org website address, and we make our logo freely available for this purpose. It will soon be a requirement to include this form of social responsibility messaging from start to finish of TV adverts. Advertisers can find details of how to use the logo here.