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Founded in 1997, GamCare is an organization that provides support for problem gambling through its telephone and online helplines, treatment programs, and counseling services. The group strives to increase awareness about responsible gambling and helps develop initiatives aimed at prevention.

91-94 Saffron Hill
1st Floor
London, England EC1N 8QP
United Kingdom

Main Phone:
+44 20-7801-7000
+44 20-7801-7033


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Past Events
23-25 May 2023
St. Julien's, Malta
7-9 February 2023
London, England
27 April - 1 May 2020
Margot Daly
Emily Atherton
Youth Project Officer
John Hagan
Deputy Chairman
Sally Fulcher
Training and Development Officer
Colin Sharman
Rob Hingley
Team Leader
Ian McRobbie
Daniel Reilly
Responsible Gaming Officer
John Brackenbury
Vice President
Rebecca Rose
Team Leader
Susanna FitzGerald
Patricia Simmonds
Team Leader
John Grant
Akum Uwahemu
Team Leader
Dominic Harrison
Mekala Satheeswaran
Finance Resources Manager
D'Arcy Myers
Interim Chief Executive Officer
Mavis Talle
Finance and Resources Assistant
Mike Kenward
Director of Development
Debby Morrell
Director of People
Stephen Cunningham
Frontline Services Manager
Trevor David
Learning and Development Manager
Kim Hartman
Partners Manager
Rachel Senk
Counselling and Partner Support Administrator
Derek Irwin
Counselling Services Manager
Dan Whitlam
Head of Industry Standards
Harmony Madek
Business Support Executive
Anne Clark
System and Data Analyst
GamCare News
GamCare delivers workshops to 100,000 young people
16 Nov 2023
The company also hit another significant milestone, with 25,000 youth-facing professionals having received training supporting them to identify gambling-related harms in young people. read more »

GamCare appoints Interim CEO
18 Aug 2023
D’Arcy Myers is an experienced independent charity consultant with expertise in effective strategic development and change processes in not-for-profit organizations. read more »

GambleAware publishes new insights about British women and gambling
26 May 2023
Data includes the drivers that often lead them to experience gambling harms. read more »