Arizona Council on Compulsive Gambling, Inc.

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ARIZONA COUNSELING
and TREATMENT
and
NATIONAL
Treatment Centers

Click here for
Inpatient/Outpatient Treatment Programs



ARIZONA CASINO
SELF-EXCLUSION
 
Click Division of Problem Gambling for info on Arizona's casino self-exclusion program

Compulsive Gambling Links

Gamblers Anonymous 12 Step Recovery Program
GA & Gam-Anon meetings throughout Arizona

National Council on Problem Gambling


Books
on Pathological & Compulsive Gambling
FOR THE FAMILIES OF COMPULSIVE GAMBLERS

Help is available for the spouses, significant others, children, parents, siblings and friends of problem gamblers. You don't have to do it alone!

Gam-Anon is a support group that can help you.

Click here for Gam-Anon meeting information

Also visit the CoDA website


COMPULSIVE GAMBLING
A treatable disease, not a disgrace.
A progressive illness that CAN be arrested


HELP IS AVAILABLE

In the grip of their disease, compulsive gamblers feel trapped and helpless. They often make promises -- to themselves and others -- that they will stop. Yet they continue to gamble. Will power alone does not work.
But there is hope!

Many compulsive gamblers ask for help only after they have exhausted all means to stay "in action." In many cases, they may have lost their savings, home, business, family and friends. They may have legal issues. These problems seem overwhelming.
But there is help!

They can stop gambling, regain their self-esteem, and recover the trust of family and friends. Treatment is available from certified counselors who understand this addiction. The 12 Step program of Gamblers Anonymous provides continued support. Through these resources, and others, compulsive gamblers can return to a normal life.


The Arizona Council on Compulsive Gambling (ACCG) is a nonprofit and charitable organization. We are not in the treatment business and do not receive any proceeds from referrals. We simply care about gamblers and their families.