Assess Your Gambling Tool

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Do you, or someone you know, have a gambling problem? Ask yourself:

Have you ever felt the need to bet more and more money?
Have you ever had to lie to people important to you about how much you gambled?

If you answered YES to one or both questions you have recognised that you may have a gambling problem.

Reality check

Use our checklist to find out if you, or your friend or relative, has a gambling problem.

Sometimes I've felt depressed or anxious after a session of gambling

Sometimes I've felt guilty about the way I gamble

When I think about it, gambling has sometimes caused me problems

Sometimes I've found it better not to tell others, especially my family, about the amount of time or money I spend gambling

I often find that when I stop gambling I've run out of money

Often I get the urge to return to gambling to win back losses from a past session

I have received criticism about my gambling in the past

I have tried to win money to pay debts

"Eight" Gambling Screen - Early Intervention Gambling Health Test developed by Sean Sullivan, Auckland Medical School, 1999.

Immediate help is available now. Contact the Gambling Helpline now for free and confidential support, 24/7

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