Information for Gambling Help services
For a calendar of training events for Responsible Gambling Fund workers in the problem gambling treatment and support services sector, please click here.
Responsible Gambling Fund publications
Responsible Gambling Fund Orientation Guide
The RGF Orientation Guide comprehensively outlines the range of services provided by the Responsible Gambling Fund.
To download a copy of the RGF Orientation Guide, click here.
Mail Order Form
A comprehensive Mail Order Form of all RGF resources and promotional items is now available. Use this form ONLY when faxing or posting your orders to RGF.
Branding guidelines for Responsible Gambling Fund services
The Branding Guidelines outlines how RGF funded services should use the Gambling Help name and brand in promotions.
Gambling Counsellor Forum Guidelines
The Gambling Counsellor Forum Guidelines outlines the expectations of the RGF in terms of forum objectives, representation, roles and responsibilities, frequency, location, training, evaluation, and costs.
Guidelines for Intake and Assessment
The Guidelines for Intake and Assessment provides the first step in the RGF's move towards greater standardisation of Gambling Help Services and outlines 'best practice' in the sector.
To download a copy of the Guidelines, click here.
Responsible Gambling Awareness Week
Responsible Gambling Awareness Week is held nationally each year. This is an opportunity for the RGF's Gambling Help services and counsellors across New South Wales to engage with their local communities and promote the responsible gambling message.
For more information click here.
RGF Excellence Award and Long Service Awards
To make a nomination for the Excellence Award for 2014, download the form here. (MSWord .doc format)
The 2014 Innovation Award focuses on achievement in community engagement. Download the form here. (MSWord .doc format)
Counsellors and managers with seven and ten years in the industry are eligible for Long Service Awards. Download the Long Service Award application form for nominations for 2014 here. (MSWord .doc format)
Code of Ethics
The Code of Ethics has been developed to cover all workers in problem gambling treatment and support services.
For further information, or to raise an ethical issue, please contact the RGF, 02 9995 0992 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a copy of the Code of Ethics, click here (PDF)
A new Ethical Decision Making Model is now available. For a copy, click here.
The Ethics Panel working group will meet in 2014 for a Phase II review of the Code. This review will focus on issues driving change in the RGF funded Gambling Help workforce, such as technology and performance guidelines.
The Client Charter reflects the Code of Ethics and the responsibilities of practitioners and clients. The Client Charter should be clearly displayed and available for both clients and practitioners. Client Charters are also available in a range of community languages.
For copies of the Charter in languages other than English or for further information please contact the RGF, 02 9995 0992 or email email@example.com.
Client Follow-Up Guidelines
The Client Follow-Up Guidelines specifies which clients should be followed up, what follow-up measures should be used, when follow-up should take place, how follow-up should be conducted, and how follow-up data should be reported to the RGF.Client Follow-Up Guidelines (PDF)
Funding for Clinical Supervision is available to Gambling Help Services in regional NSW for treatment and support services.
Funding and Performance Agreement (FPA)The Funding and Performance Agreement applies to all services /organisations (grantees) in receipt of RGF funding from 1 July 2013 and outlines the terms and conditions of funding.
For a copy of the current Funding and Performance Agreement, or if you require further information about your FPA, please contact Roupen Manjikian, 02 9995 0993, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual Performance Report guidelines
This has been prepared for RGF-funded problem gambling counselling services. The document outlines what data is being sought for each performance indicator; provides examples of completed tables; and specifies templates to be used in evaluating community engagement events and client services. To download the Guidelines, click here.
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