GambleAware launches NGTS campaign aimed at women

The campaign will run until the end of March.
The campaign will run until the end of March.

The British responsible gambling charity is running a campaign to raise awareness of the National Gambling Treatment Service among women.

UK.- GambleAware has launched its first campaign for the UK’s National Gambling Treatment Service (NGTS) aimed at women.

The campaign is aimed at women aged 18 to 54 and will run until the end of March in radio, print and digital media to promote the NGTS’s treatment and support for gambling harm.

It comes after research showed that 10 per cent of women in Britain had experienced some level of gambling harm.

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GambleAware CEO Zoë Osmond said: “Following the success of the previous campaign, we are continuing with our targeted approach to make sure women are not overlooked in the drive to raise awareness of gambling treatment and support.

“These findings highlight an increase in women suffering from gambling harm, and we hope this campaign will help to signpost those experiencing harms to the help that is available.”

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