Just fill in the form below and leave the rest to us. We'll call and confirm a time.

First Name *

Last Name

Contact Phone Number*

Email *

What is your preferred day to be contacted?*
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday (until 1pm)

What is your preferred time to be contacted? Note that the service finishes at 1pm on Saturdays.*
9-1111-11-33-5

*This information will only be used by our staff to establish a suitable time to call you. Understandably, we may call at a time you are unable to freely speak to us. We will ask you if it’s a suitable time and if not, we will rearrange the call for another time. We’re here to help when you are ready.

Choose three preferred times that suit you to meet with one of our counsellors. Don’t worry if you don’t know just yet, we will call you to confirm these times or make other arrangements.

Choice 1

Time:
Date:

Choice 2

Time:
Date:

Choice 3:

Time:
Date:

Take the self assessment quiz

  • Is gambling becoming a problem for you?

    if you are worried about your gambling you can use
    this quiz to find out if it is becoming a problem.

  • Scoring

    For each question there are four possible responses:

    Never (score 0)
    Sometimes (score 1)
    Most of the time (score 2)
    Almost always (score 3)

  • Think about the last 12 months

  • 0

    1

    2

    3

Take the self assessment quiz - part2

  • What does your score mean?

    0You experience no issues with gambling. However, keep an eye on your gambling so it does not become a problem in the future.
    1-2A low-risk gambler - You experience few, if any issues with gambling. However, keep an eye on your gambling so it does not become a problem in the future.
    3-7A moderate-risk gambler - You experience few, if any issues with gambling. Now is the time to take a practical step to ensure your gambling remains under control. Contact Gambler's Help Southern
    8+A high-risk gambler - There are many way to get help. For immediate help call 9575 5353 or after hours on 1800 858 858 or visit gamblinghelponline.org.au. It's free, confidential and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • This Quiz is based on the problem Gambling Severity Index, part of the Canadian Problem Gambling Index and is a reliable measure of problem gambling.

Help is closer than you think.

Many people just like you have resolved their gambling issues by seeking help through our support services.

We know taking the first step can be hard. But once you decide to get the support, the rest is easier than you might think.

counselling-hands-0E1A2828-580x290

Based on our experience, we know that any form of support can help.

With qualified counsellors at locations across South Eastern Melbourne and Peninsula regions, help from Gambler’s Help Southern is close at hand.

To get started, call Gambler’s Help Southern on 9575  5353 Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm. Or complete the appointment form > Book Now on the left side of this page.

For after hours  24/7 support and information call Gambler’s Help on  1800 858 858 or Gambling Help Online.

To find out what happens after you first contact us, take a look at our What to Expect page.

If you are a younger person affected by gambling, whether it’s your gambling or someone else’s, refer to our Young People page.

Help in other languages can also be accessed via this site.

Aboriginal Gambler’s Help services

Gambler’s Help provide specialist support for people affected by gambling in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Contact your nearest service for free and confidential help.

Gippsland and East Gippsland Aboriginal Cooperative in Bairnsdale  – (03) 5150 0700

Mallee District Aboriginal Services in Mildura  –  (03) 5018 4100

Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative in Mooroopna – (03) 5820 0035

Victorian Aboriginal Health Service (VAHS) in Fitzroy and Preston –  (03) 9403 3300.

The Victorian Aboriginal Community Services Limited (VACSAL) delivers a state-wide community awareness program that promotes help services to communities and supports Gambler’s Help services to meet the needs of Aboriginal communities.

You can speak to someone on the phone or see someone face to face. Find out about Aboriginal Gambler’s Help Services.