Gambling harm minimization is a critical public health policy issue. It seeks to reduce the potential risks associated with gambling, such as addiction, financial strain, and the social and emotional impact on individuals and their families. Strategies for minimizing harm can include increased education and resources, regulating gambling activities, and providing access to financial and social supports. Additionally, various public health intervention measures are available, such as advertisements aimed to raise awareness about responsible gambling, enhanced treatment programs, and interventions targeted to vulnerable populations. All of these measures are important to ensure a safe and healthy gambling environment.