About Gamblers Anonymous
Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who have joined together to do something about their own gambling problem and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same.
GA is not a campaigner against gambling, it neither endorses or opposes any causes or lends its name to any outside agencies. The Primary Purpose of GA is to carry the message to the compulsive gambler who is still suffering wherever they may be.
GA is self supporting and receives no grants, donations from government or any outside agency.
Our website answers many of the questions about compulsive gambling, our recovery programme and the locations of our meetings. But only a compulsive gambler will know if they are ready to receive help.
If you are having a problem controlling your gambling we’re here to help you. Our Helpline is open 24 hours a day on 0370 050 8881, our meetings are on every night of the week across all major towns and cities in Scotland, why not try our 20 questions to ask yourself.
GA Meetings, Helpline and the Website are all run and maintained by GA members, only Compulsive Gamblers truly understand the mind of a Compulsive Gambler, the traits, the experience of the feelings, the knowledge and experience of the destruction this family illness brings and of course can offer identification with the Compulsive Gambler who is still suffering.
You may have arrived at this website after using a search engine, or from a link from a website associated with gambling.
Gamblers Anonymous has no connection in any way with any other agency or gambling related facility. We are not associated with ANY source of information and do not approve of advertising that gives the appearance of being linked to our site.
New Meeting Rutherglen
new meeting opening Rutherglen Sunday 13th April 2014 Steps meeting st columbkilles halls room 5
Blackburn Monday Open Meeting
Blackburn Monday will hold an open meeting on 12th May for their 10th Anniversar. There will be 3 speakers, Gam-Anon and GA. All welcome
Bath Street Friday
There will be an open meeting at Bath Street on Friday 11th April 2014. Blair Bath Street GA member will speak on "The hand of friendship and helping others". Jo Gam-anon member (wife) will speak about "living with a Gambler". All welcome
New Beginners Time
East Kilbride will be holding the Beginners Meeting within the time of the main meeting as of 3rd April 2014
Port Glasgow Wednesday which is held in the Bar Room on the top floor of the Town Hall and starts at 7.45pm finishing at 9.45pm is struggling with numbers and would appreciate support from any member who can manage along. All will be made very welcome.
GA Scotland Convention
GA Scotland are holding a convention to celebrate 50 years of GA in Scotland This will be at the Erskine Bridge Hotel 28th -30th August 2015 Contact the office fr details 0141 353 3223
Series of new and changed meetings of late. Please check meeting list for updates.
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