Face-to-Face counselling sessions
In addition to phone support, Dunlewey also provides face-to-face counselling to help people with gambling problems. Dunlewey offers counselling at their offices in Belfast, Lisburn and Ballymena, or with one of their counsellors who are available in almost every county in Ireland. For more information, visit https://dunlewey.net.
The Rutland Centre offers a 10-week outpatient programme for anyone who needs to break the cycle of addiction but is either unable to commit to the residential programme, or who is not suitable for it at this time. People who sign up to the outpatient programme attend 3 sessions per week at the Rutland Centre in South Dublin. The sessions are broken up into two group therapy sessions, facilitated by the centre’s specialist addiction counselling team and the third is a 1:1 counselling session.
For more information, visit https://www.rutlandcentre.ie/types-of-care/outpatients-program.
Walkinstown Greenhills Resource Centre is a community-based initiative providing information, support, and counselling for those affected by substance misuse and mental health difficulties. Funding received in 2021 from the Gambling Awareness Trust has enabled us to commence our Gambling Harm Support Project to meet the needs of individuals and families struggling with harmful gambling in the community.
WGRC will provide a range of services including face-to-face, phone and online supports to anyone affected by problem gambling. Visit the Walkinstown Greenhills Resource Centre website by clicking here for more information.
Gamblers Anonymous (G.A.) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop gambling.
For more information or to find a meeting near you, visit https://www.gamblersanonymous.ie/