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Gamblers Anonymous / Gam-Anon

Gamblers Anonymous is the nation’s largest fellowship of men and women who share the same desire to quit gambling.  There are no dues or fees to join, and the primary purpose of this organization is to help others quit gambling.  If you have lost control of your gambling urges and are ready to seek help or know somebody who needs assistance, start by contacting Gamblers Anonymous or Gam-Anon today.


The National Council on Problem Gambling

The National Council on Problem Gambling studies how gambling behavior can cause disruption in every major area of one’s life: psychological, physical, social and/or vocational.  The Council seeks to increase public awareness of pathological gambling and serve as a resource for those seeking help.  If you have a gambling problem, you can also call their confidential help line toll-free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 


The Problem Gambling Center

The Problem Gambling Center is a non-profit agency devoted to helping gamblers across the country as an outpatient clinic. The program has been recognized nationally for turning people's lives around, recognizing gambling addiction as a mental health disorder that can be treated. It consists of using education, counseling and therapy to help change a gambler's thought processes in order to overcome the problem. 

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