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  • When You Need To Win You Need To Stop!

    What is Compulsive Gambling?
    Compulsive gambling has been diagnosed as a progressive illness.  When untreated, this illness can progress until it destroys you personally and financially.  It can devastate your family, friends and affect all who know you.

    How To Get Help?
    Only you know if you are a compulsive gambler.  If so, you have an illness-one that can be treated if you are willing. If you want to stop gambling, help is available.  Self-help programs such as Gamblers Anonymous, as well as treatment programs make it possible for you to stop gambling.

    If you need it-get help now, for yourself, and for your family.

    If you or a member of your family has a gambling problem, we encourage you to call for free, confidential and professional help...1-877-770-STOP (7867)

    Worried About Gambling?
    Gambling problems can affect men, women, teens, seniors and the workplace.  If you recognize a problem...Help is available.

    Do you have a gambling problem? 
    To find out, answer these questions with a simple yes or no. If you are confused or not sure, the answer is probably "yes."

    • Do you use gambling as a way to escape problems or relieve depression?
    • Do you feel unable to stop playing, regardless of winning or losing?
    • Are you betting more than you intended to?
    • Have you neglected family or work responsibilities because of gambling?
    • Do you feel restless or irritable when attempting to cut down or stop gambling?
    • Have you lost or jeopardized important relationships due to gambling?
    • Have you borrowed money from others in order to relieve a financial problem that arose due to gambling?

    What's Your Score?
    If you answer "yes" to one or more of the above, you are probably in trouble with gambling.  Be honest with yourself.  It takes courage to face the fact that you may be addicted to gambling.