Gambling represents an exciting and fun form of entertainment. At Castle Casino we are committed to providing our facilities for recreation and leisure, and in a responsible and compliant manner.
For the larger majority of individuals, gambling does not create any issues. However, we are aware that for a small minority gambling can become an uncontrollable and obsessive part of their life.
With this in mind, Casino 36 trains all Team Members to spot the signs of Problem Gambling, as well as how to deal with individuals who require our help.
How will I know if I have a gambling problem?
To determine if your gambling has become uncontrollable, ask yourself the following questions:
- Do you spend more time gambling than you should?
- Are you often absent from work or home because of gambling?
- Are you withdrawn from Family and Friends or have they approached you about your need to gamble?
- Are you finding it difficult financially because the majority of your income is devoted to gambling?
- Are you borrowing money, stealing or leaving bills unpaid, so you have money to gamble with?
- Are you becoming increasingly agitated or depressed whilst I am gambling?
If you are answering yes, to some or all of these questions, IT IS TIME TO SEEK HELP.
We’re Here To Help You
At Casino 36 our management team are trained to help you if you feel your gambling is getting out of control.
We can offer many forms of assistance, however, you will also need to recognise that we cannot help you if you will not help yourself.
If you feel you need our assistance, speak with a member of the management team without delay.
Additional Help Can Also Be Found At:
Community Action for Responsible Gaming (CARG)
GambleAware aims to promote responsibility in gambling. It provide information to help people make informed decisions about their gambling.
Gamblers Anonymous (GA)
Helpline – 020 7384 3040
GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to do the same.
GA members offer the hand of friendship to anyone who is looking to try and stop gambling.
Helpline 0808 802 0133
8am to midnight – 7 days a week
Gordon House Association
Providing advice, education and high quality innovative therapeutic support to problem gamblers and those affected by problem gambling, through residential, online and outreach services.
Helpline – 01384 241292
National Debt Line
Helpline 08088 084000
Giving free, impartial and confidential debt advice for over 25 years. National Debtline are an independent charity, dedicated to providing free debt advice by phone and online to people across the UK.