GamCare - Professionals Working With Young People

We provide a range of different services to support young people ranging from in person workshops, digital tools and resources to online support and indirect support for professionals and parents. We also provide age-appropriate treatment as part of the Young People’s Service.

All of our work is guided by our Youth Advisory Board, who consult, advise, develop and deliver jointly with us to ensure we are creating services young people want and need. Our work with young people is rated Advanced by the National Youth Agency, we are registered Youth Friendly Employers by Youth Employment UK and we are Approved Activity Providers for the Duke of Edinburgh Award.

Professionals working with Young People

We deliver a range of different workshops and training sessions for professionals working with young people to equip you with the knowledge and information about the gambling landscape. Including emerging trends like crypto, gaming and skins betting, and support you to feel confident identifying the signs of gambling harms and having meaningful conversations about them.

We also deliver interactive workshops directly to young people, providing them with the facts about gambling, in an open and non-judgemental way. 

All of our sessions are delivered by our friendly, knowledgeable and trained staff members, who all come from a teaching, youth work or safeguarding background. All sessions are CPD accredited and can be delivered online or face to face.  

Our programme operates in all areas of England, Northern Ireland and Wales. We work collaboratively with local and national partners, Beacon, Ara, NECA, Aquarius and YGAM, to deliver this service. You can book either workshop for professionals or young people here.

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