The experiences of problem gamblers, loved ones and service providers – Stage 2

Abstract

Released in April 2004, this report is a second in a series of reports commissioned by the Gambling Research Panel on the experiences of problem gamblers, their loved ones and the service providers who assist problem gamblers. It contains the results of the first phase of a longitudinal tracking study of a sample of self-identified problem gamblers over a 12-month period. This study's principal aims are to assist in improving the effectiveness of services for problem gamblers and their loved ones, and to better understand why people gamble excessively and become problem gamblers.

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