Other Support Services
The following organisations provide support services and assistance for issues related to problem gambling. Contact the respective organisations directly for more information.
NCPG is not affiliated to the following agencies and will only make referrals upon client’s request.
Counselling and Group Support: Provide counselling and/or group support meetings for gambling addiction for individuals and their families
Arise2Care Community Services
Arise2Care aims to transform the lives of persons with problem gambling through their gambling recovery programme and rebuild family relationships through their support groups. They also provide debt counselling services.
Free CounsellingCounselling offers you a safe environment to explore the causes of your gambling behaviour and the effects gambling has on your life and family.
Where can I receive counselling?
NCPG provides counselling through our appointed agency for those affected by own or closed one's gambling. You may contact The Resilienz Clinic to make an appointment.
The Resilienz Clinic
Address: 10 Sinaran Drive, #10-03 Novena Medical Centre Singapore 307506
Tel: 6397 7300
Do you have a gambling problem? Do a Self-Test.
No two persons are alike but there are obvious telltale signs which could signal a gambling problem.
If you suspect you or a loved one may have a gambling problem, take a short test to find out if you or your loved one is at risk.
This test is available in English and Chinese.
Does Someone You Know Need Help?
1. Check if he/she is agreeable to seek professional help.
- Assist him/her to make an appointment at our appointed agency with his/her consent. Information needed include name, NRIC and contact details
- Encourage him /her to speak with our Helpline counsellors at 1800-6-668-668 or webchat via our website, if he/she wishes to remain anonymous
- Direct him/her to our website to understand the available help resources, and encourage him/her to take the first step by engaging with his/her preferred agency
Alternatively, you may also seek advice on how to help the individual by contacting our Helpline or webchat.