The following sections provide links to gambling education publications and/or sites where these resources may be located internationally.

Canada - Responsible Gambling Council: For Youth and Young Adults

The Canadian Responsible Gambling Council (RGC) has developed a section on its website catering to young people; with separate components for teens aged 12 to 18, and one for young adults aged 18 to 24.

The site helps young people understand the mechanics of gambling, learn about gambling risk and harm prevention strategies in ways that are accessible and engage with both audiences.

Canada - Youth Bet

This interactive site from Canada is designed to teach young people about gambling related harm. It features discussion boards and a variety of scenarios designed to educate youth about gambling and reflect upon their own activities.

Canada - Youth Gambling Awareness Program (YGAP)

The YMCA (Western Ontario) Youth Gambling Awareness Program (YGAP) supports youth to weigh the costs and benefits of gambling by creating and facilitating a discussion of how gambling fits into young people's lives.

United Kingdom - Big Deal?

Big Deal? is an online portal established by GamCare as part of their Youth Outreach Programme.  The website is designed to educate young people about responsible gambling and making informed choices, and offer support and advice if needed. 

United Kingdom - Effective Gambling Education and Prevention Framework

The Gambling Education Framework provides a set of evidence-based principles to deliver effective gambling education for anyone who works with young people (aged 7 to 24) across a variety of formal and informal settings, including schools.

The framework is a result of collaboration between GamCare, Fast Forward and YGAM. 

United Kingdom - GambleAware: Education and Youth

GambleAware UK has produced materials for teachers and youth workers to help young people understand more about the risks of gambling.  

Please click on the link below for further information.

United Kingdom - Gambling Education Hub

The Gambling Education Hub promotes and facilitates youth gambling education in Scotland, offering training, support and resources to organisations working with young people.  A key resource developed by the Gambling Education Hub is their comprehensive Gambling Education Toolkit.

United Kingdom - Parentzone: Know the Stakes

Parentzone, together with GambleAware UK, have developed resources for parents, carers and professionals, to help support young people with financial literacy and understand the risks of gambling.

The site includes resources relating to the convergence of gaming and gambling.

Please click on the link below for further information.

United Kingdom - Young Gamers & Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM)

The Young Gamers & Gamblers Education Trust, know as YGAM, is a charitable organisation established to raise awareness of responsible gambling and facilitate gambling education related events for teenagers and young adults. Events range from conducting workshops, to establishing peer education programs, setting up pop-up stands and awareness weeks. YGAM provide all the training, lesson plans and resources required to deliver their gambling awareness education program.

United States - is a comprehensive resource for students, campus administrators, campus health professionals and parents, available through the National Center for Responsible Gambling (NCRG).

United States - Facing the Odds

Facing the Odds: The Mathematics of Gambling and Other Risks is a middle-school curriculum on probability, statistics and mathematics available through the US National Center for Responsible Gambling (NCRG).

United States - Talking with Children about Gambling

The Talking with Children about Gambling brochure is a research-based guide designed to help parents, as well as others who work with youth, deter children from gambling and recognize possible warning signs of problem gambling and other risky behaviors.

Provided by the National Center for Responsible Gambling (NCRG), the guide was developed in consultation with the Division on Addictions at Cambridge Health Alliance, a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School.