A new resource which aims to provide evidence-based information and support on gambling harm to those working with children and young people has been launched across England.
The English Gambling Education Hub (EGEH) portal has been commissioned by GambleAware to enhance services providing early intervention and prevention.
EGEH is designed to create a community of professionals who work with children and young people. The network covers youth services, family services and formal education.
The EGEH is a collaboration of seven organisations working together, including national partners GamCare and Ygam. The local partners include Aquarius, ARA, Beacon Counselling Trust, NECA and Breakeven.