|PGSI Score||Category||What this means for you|
|0||Non-problem gambler||You experience no issues with your gambling. You gamble for social and recreational reasons without any negative consequences for you or your loved ones.|
|1-2||Low-risk gambler||You experience few, if any, issues with your gambling.
However, you may want to keep an eye on this and limit your gambling. The self-help toolkit is a great resource to help you manage, cut down or stop gambling.
If you’re concerned about someone else’s gambling and, although not a problem now, you think it could get out of hand – visit our helping others page.
|3-7||Moderate risk gambler||You could be starting to experience some issues with your gambling. Now might be a good time to think about reducing your gambling or stopping altogether. Our self-help pages will support you with this.
Or, you may be concerned about someone else’s gambling and whether it is getting out of hand. If so, visit our helping others page.
|8-27||Problem gambler||You are experiencing issues with your gambling on a regular basis. High scores usually mean loss of control over gambling and serious problems. You may feel that now is the time to take action. The good news is that help and support with gambling are available.
Our self-help pages provide you with the support and resources you need to help you cut down or stop gambling, and make a fresh start with your life.
However, it is likely that you would also benefit from specialist NHS treatment. You can discuss treatment options with a trusted professional such as your GP, or refer yourself through our self-referral page.
Or, you may be concerned about someone else’s gambling and whether it is getting out of hand. If so, visit our helping others page. Start a conversation with them and with their agreement, help make a referral.