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Birmingham and Solihull Mental health NHS Foundation Trust
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'Gambling: what's the problem?' - Monday 7 November, Uffculme Centre, Moseley

Published: 01/11/2022

If you think gambling might affect you or someone you care for, help is out there. Come and get tips and support from people who understand.

Taking place at Uffculme Centre, Queensbridge Rd, Moseley, Monday 7 November 2:30pm – 4:30pm. Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust are offering free support and advice surrounding gambling and the impact it can have on a person’s life. Co-produced by experts with lived experience and gambling practitioners, this two-hour session will explore:

  • myths around gambling,
  • how to spot the signs that gambling is a concern,
  • how gambling can be a hidden harm,
  • how to guide people towards self-help and further support in Birmingham and Solihull.

Gambling can happen to anyone irrespective of age, gender, or financial circumstances, although it may feel like you are powerless to stop gambling, help is out there, and we are here to support you.

You can register for your free space today by emailing: bsmhft.recoverycollege@nhs.net or call John Travers on 07495 591525 to find out more.

Recovery College is open to service users, families and carers and Trust staff.