Gambling Support Study

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Gambling Support Study

The ANU's Centre for Gambling Research is excited to be partnering with local service providers, Relationships Australia and Anglicare, on the Gambling Support Study funded by the NSW government.

The project is targeted at;

  • understanding the experiences of partners (specifically women and female family members) of people experiencing significant harm from gambling,
  • assessing the service needs of this group of people,
  • developing a targeted digital infographic for support network use,
  • improving understandings of how women experience indirect harms from a loved one’s gambling, and
  • ultimately encouraging people who are experiencing harm from gambling to seek appropriate support.

For more information:

Vist the Facebook Project Page @Gambling Support Study

If you have any questions about the project or would like to participate please contact the Project Manager.
Phone: (02) 6125 7679
Mobile: 0436 811 151



  • Australia's gambling problem and its impact on women, Dr Megan Whitty and Dr Marisa Paterson, Policy Forum Pod. New research from the Centre for Gambling Research shows that the impact of gambling harm goes well beyond individual gamblers. So how are loved ones, particularly women, harmed by gambling behaviour?



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Updated:  11 March 2022/Responsible Officer:  Centre Director/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications