National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms
The sole aim of this three-year National Strategy is to move faster and go further to reduce gambling harms. A wide range of partners will need to play their part.
Background to the strategy
Read about the approach, progress being made and who is involved in delivering the aims of the strategy.
We want to make better and faster progress to reduce gambling harms - that is the sole and critical aim of this National Strategy.
The actions map details the tasks and progress being made by stakeholders and delivery partners.
Find out about the stakeholders and delivery partners involved in delivering the actions of the strategy and how you can get involved.
Prevention and education
Towards a collective and clear prevention plan applying the right mix of interventions.
Treatment and support
Significant progress towards truly national treatment and support options that meet the needs of current and future service users.
Regulation and oversight
Widespread adoption of best practice through regulatory frameworks
Working together to develop and improve existing practice, and to identify new ways to reduce gambling harms.
Well-designed and well-delivered evaluation will be a core part of the widespread adoption of measures proven to reduce gambling harms.
Research to inform action
Reducing gambling harms demands a stronger link between research and policy, supported by research that informs and is informed by action.
Strategy news and updates
News and updates about the national strategy to reduce gambling harms.