Problem Gambling is when a person's gambling causes harm to themselves and/or to those around them such as a partner, family, friends, or others in the community. When gambling begins to consume more money and time than a person can afford it can affect many parts of their lives, including physical and emotional health, finances, relationships, work and study.
 
Problem gambling affects a small percentage of the population, but it can have devastating effects on the individuals concerned, their families and the wider community. For more information visit www.problemgambling.sa.gov.au