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Evaluating the Current and Future Adequacy of Services for Problem Gamblers in Sydney

Authors

Gary Prosser
Helen Breen
Paul Weeks
Nerilee Hing
(for Southern Cross University)

Date published

June 1997

Number of pages

Report: 66 pages

Snapshot

This is the final report of a three stage project examining the gaming machine playing behaviour of Sydney registered club members of different social, demographic, cultural and linguistic backgrounds. This report presents an evaluation of the current and future adequacy of services for people with gambling problems who are from populations identified as most at risk of developing a problem with gaming machine gambling. The other reports from this project are Poker Machine Playing and Problem Gambling Amongst Members of Sydney’s Registered Clubs and Socio-Demographic Characteristics of Resident Populations Supporting Poker Machine Playing in Sydney’s Registered Clubs.

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