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GAPS (Gambling Awareness Project Sheffield)

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GAPS (Gambling Awareness Project Sheffield) is a two year pilot funded by the Gambling Commission which is looking at effective ways of supporting young people (aged 11-25) who are at risk of gambling/gaming-related harm.

By talking to young people, the project is looking at ways of reducing loneliness, building coping and resilience skills and reducing feelings of isolation and guilt for young people most at risk to the development of gambling and gaming harms.

GAPS services include:

  • One-to-one support for young people who may be at risk of developing, or already have, gambling related harms: in-person, online or over the phone
    • GAPS club for young people to to use their own experiences to help each other
    • Young people’s awareness sessions
    • Gambling-related harm training for professionals

      If you want more information and/or to book an appointment with one of the team you can contact them by email E: or E: or by telephone T: 0114 258 4489.

      GAPS (Gambling Awareness Project Sheffield) is provided by Sheffield Mind.



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      110 Sharrow Lane, Highfield, Sheffield, S11 8AL

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