If you or someone you know has a gambling problem and wants help, call 1-800-GAMBLER. Subject to regulatory licensing requirements. Subject to regulatory licensing requirements.
Problem Gambling Resources If gambling is causing a problem in your life, we encourage you to ask questions, gather information and conduct research on the type of help that is most appropriate for your situation. This information is intended to be a starting point—it is not a complete list of information or services. National Council on Problem Gambling Helpline. Call: 1-800-522-4700 Text.
The New York Council on Problem Gambling now offers FREE live webinars for New York State professionals. These webinars are OASAS approved for 1 clock hour per course and are geared towards increasing knowledge and abilities to help prevent and treat gambling disorder.
If you’re concerned about you or someone you know, get help at gamblinghelpohio.org or call the Ohio Problem Gambling Helpline at 1-800-589-9966. Get Set Before You Bet. Get Set Before You Bet is an awareness campaign designed to help Ohio communities to reduce problem gambling and build awareness of resources available for preventing and treating gambling disorder. Their site includes.
Problem Gambling Telephone Intervention. UGSP, along with existing problem gambling helpline services, will implement a problem gambling telephone intervention (PGTI). It is an enhanced phone case management and relapse prevention program for those with limited access to treatment or self-help resources and for motivated callers who want assistance in recovery and relapse prevention. Services.
Low-cost or no-cost problem gambling treatment is available through the PA Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs for individuals with a gambling addiction and their family members. For more information and for a list of participating treatment provider, visit DDAP’s website or call 1-800-GAMBLER for the contact information of a treatment professional near you.
Two million (1 percent) of U.S. adults are estimated to meet criteria for pathological gambling in a given year, according to the National Council on Problem Gambling. Another four to six million (2-3 percent) would be considered problem gamblers; that is, they do not meet the full diagnostic criteria for pathological gambling, but meet one of more of the criteria and are experiencing problems.
Through the Iowa Gambling Treatment Program, Iowans now have more choices about the help they receive for problem gambling. Services are available in person, by phone, through secure chat or video. We are waiting to help! Support and assistance is available through Live Chat, by calling 1-800-BETS OFF, or by texting (855) 895-8398.