Our team supports and encourages wellbeing and reduces petipeti whakararu (gambling harm) through education, self reflection and the use of creative and research based therapies. Read more about our services and types of therapies.
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to find out more about what we do.
The team also includes public health workers who provide accurate information to raise awareness on reducing gambling harm to community groups, professional groups and services and Government.
Ways we can help:
- Gambling counselling support is provided over the phone, email, chat and face to face.
- Counselling for families and whānau with or without the gambler present.
- Gambling focused support and education groups.
- Assistance for self-exclusion from gambling venues.
- Information and support to block online gambling.
- Pastoral support services through Salvation Army Officers.
- The Salvation Army: We can connect you with essential services and support such as budgeting, food parcels, other addiction programmes and Recovery Church.
- We can also help connect you to other health and social services depending on your needs e.g. GP, Mental health services, legal support, housing, Work and Income etc
- Book an education, screening or awareness workshop from the Oasis team.
- Request harm minimisation/ host responsibility support for your venue.