Education, awareness and prevention
for everyone affected by problem gambling.
Gambling Addiction Support
What is Problem Gambling?
Gambling is seen by many as a bit of fun or a hobby, and for the majority of people it can remain this way with no adverse effects.
Gambling Addiction Therapy
Our experienced, qualified therapists will design a programme suited to the individual, using a number of different techniques.
Problem Gambling Services
Whether you want information about gambling addiction, gambling support, or professional help with problem gambling, we can help.
The Red Card Story
Watch RedCard’s founder and CEO Tony Kelly talk on BBC Midlands Today about his long journey through gambling addiction and professional football.
Schools & Colleges
Engaging and impactful workshops on all aspects of problem gambling, delivered by lived-experience presenters.
Accredited CPD gambling awareness training, helping organisations of all sizes tackle a growing problem.
Are you affected by problem gambling? Get practical help from the UK’s leading treatment providers.
How Can We Help You?
Gambling is the UK’s fastest growing addiction, yet there is very little help and advice available to prevent an addiction developing or to support those currently suffering. We aim to change this by providing a range of expert services to help problem gamblers and those close to them who are affected by gambling.
There is no doubt that problem gambling is increasing at a rapid rate. Unlike drugs and alcohol, most people are exposed to gambling in their daily lives, whether it be the National Lottery, football pools, betting on the Derby or Grand National, or the many opportunities that exist for online betting. Television advertising of gambling is reaching saturation point, but very few people are aware of how damaging gambling addiction can be.
We aim to reduce the number of people that fall victim to this destructive addiction by raising awareness of the risks and the devastating impact it can have on the gambler, their friends, and their families.