There are many options available:
- You can choose to be put on the Self-Ban list to help you stop gambling.
- You can find out about supportive self-help meetings in your area.
- If you have a family member or a friend with gambling problems, there is help for you too.
- You can attend educational group meetings for help with a gambling addiction or stress and anxiety
management that will empower and inspire you.
- You can talk to a licensed counselor about your situation and explore options to help you.
- You can get financial or legal information, and so much more.
Are you wondering if you have a gambling problem? If you answer YES to one or more of the questions below, you probably do.
The 10 Signs That You May Have A Gambling Problem:
Have you let bills go unpaid to have money to gamble?
Do you feel helpless to stop gambling?
Have you tried to justify gambling to those who care about you?
Do you argue over money spent on gambling?
Have you ever regretted gambling?
Do you often gamble your last dollar away?
Have your losses made you feel down or suicidal?
Do you think about stealing to fund your gambling?
Have you thought about or tried to stop gambling?
Did you have to borrow money to support your gambling?
If you answered YES, Allison Love, MA, LMHC, The Director of Responsible Gaming for The Pueblo of Pojoaque can help.
Give her a call at : 1-877-690-7046
All help is free and confidential.