Your Gambling Screening Results

Based on the results of the quiz, you scored 4 or higher which indicates a moderate to severe gambling issue.

Was this result a surprise to you? Have you been concerned about your gambling use for some time? It could be time to seek help.

You have already taken a step forward by completing this quiz, we understand how difficult it can be to admit that you have a problem, seeking help is not easy.

That’s why we try to keep things simple, we offer free gambling screenings to anyone considering residential treatment for problem gambling.

If you would like one of our caring professionals to call you back for a free assessment, then please complete the form below and someone from our team will be in touch to guide you through this process.

Book A Call-Back With Our Professionals

Castle Craig’s team of expert and compassionate advisors are here to help you, submit the form below and our team will be in touch shortly to discuss your concerns with you.

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Reaching Out For Help: Why it Matters.

First things first, well done for taking the time to consider your gambling habits. Even if the results were not what you were expecting, a part of you felt compelled to search for some answers to something.

With 35+ years of experience in helping people, we know first hand how problem gambling can often get worse with time.

It is much easier to manage the problem now, and a free confidential assessment with our team can help you understand the various options available for help.

How Can I Be Sure?

Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to gamble every day to have a problem.

What separates the occasional bet from gambling addiction is the importance you place on it in your life.

You may only gamble on the weekends, but if your partner asked you not to due to a family event, how would that make you feel? Irritable, angry, sad?

If this sounds familiar, call our team now for support.