About Our Services:

We are a group of Non Government Services (NGOs) who are funded by the NSW Government through the Responsible Gambling Fund (RGF) to provide Gambling Help to people affected by problem gambling on the Central Coast of NSW. The RGF was established in 1995 to reduce the impact of problem gambling by providing counselling, research and community awareness initiatives. A 24-hour Gambling Help phone referral service was established, and then funding was allocated to counselling services across NSW to provide face to face counselling in rural and regional areas. Uniting Recovery Counselling, Gambling Solutions, and Wesley Mission Counselling joined forces to develop this website and provide free Gambling Help counselling, resourses and information to the people of Gosford and Wyong.

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Central Coast Services Overview:

Gambling Solutions Central Coast

Gambling Solutions Central Coast - (02) 4344 7992

Gambling Solutions is part of Coast Community Connections. Coast Community Connections is a not for profit organisation which incorporates aged and disability services, youth and children's services, gambling counselling and support, as well as community centre programs and activities.

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Uniting Recovery Counselling Services

Uniting Recovery Counselling Services - 0408 679 351

Uniting Recovery Counselling Services (previously UCMH Counselling Services) is a part of UnitingRecovery which operates under the umbrella of Parramatta Mission. UnitingRecovery offers various community-managed programs and services such as HASI, Lifeline, Headspace, and Family and Carers in metropolitan Sydney. Uniting Recovery recently expanded to the Central Coast and now operates in West Gosford and Tuggerah.

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Wesley Mission

Wesley Mission - 02 4351 0116

For over 200 years Wesley Mission's commitment to its Christian faith has guided them to support and advocate for the most vulnerable members of society. They cater to a broad spectrum of the community, from children, youth, and families, to older people and carers, to anyone struggling with financial or domestic challenges, homelessness, addiction or mental health issues

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