All gambling carries a risk of harm. However, research shows that gambling harms impact the health and wellbeing of some population groups more than others. This means that gambling harms reflect broader health inequalities across the UK and elsewhere. With the cost of living crisis impacting on families and communities, charities are reporting an increase in people gambling to try to make ends meet or pay bills.

In this webinar, you will explore how gambling and poverty are connected, and how inequality is linked to the experience of harm.

This session will also discuss how to tackle gambling harm in your work, and how to make the connection between gambling and other circumstances the people you support might be experiencing (such as financial difficulty, unemployment, homelessness, etc.).

Free resources with links to specialist support concerning gambling harm will be shared.