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Gambling Addiction

Only you can determine if you’re a compulsive gambler, and only you can take the first step towards getting help.

A compulsive gambler is often identified as a person whose gambling has caused what Gambler's Anonymous calls "growing and continuing problems in any department of one's life". If this sounds applicable to you, please see the resources below.

Helpful Gambling Addiction Resources


Goddard Health Center – If you would like to talk to someone about your gambling addiction, please contact Goddard Health Center. Goddard has specially trained staff that will help you overcome your gambling addiction. Students only pay a $10 fee for counseling sessions. Click here to visit the Goddard's Counseling Services website.

 

Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services- Provides local services and valuable resources to individuals with gambling realted disorders. Click here to visit the Department of Mental Health Website.


Gambler's Anonymous - Is a free organization, in which the only requirement is a desire to stop gambling. The website provides valuable information including an addiction hotline and as well as group meetings located in your area.

Click here to visit their website.