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Resources for Problem Gamblers

National Problem Gambling Helpline 1-800-522-4700

Links
Oklahoma Association for Problem and Compulsive Gambling

Gamblers Anonymous

Gam-Anon

National Council on Problem Gambling

Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling

Your First Step to Change

Books
Chin, J. (2000). A way to quit gambling for problem gamblers. Lincoln, NE: Writers Showcase.

Custer, R. L., & Milt, H. (1985). When luck runs out: Help for compulsive gamblers and their families. New York: Warner Books.

Berman, L., & Siegel, M. E. (1998). Behind the 8-ball: A guide for families and gamblers. New York: Kaleidoscope Software, Inc.

Blaszczynski, A. (1998). Overcoming compulsive gambling: A self-help guide using cognitive behavioral techniques. London: Robinson Publishing Ltd.

Federman, E. J., Drebing, C. E., & Krebs, C. (2000). Don’t leave it to chance. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications, Inc.

Heineman, M. (1992). Losing your shirt. Minneapolis, MN: Comp Care Publishers.

Horvath, T. A. (1998). Sex, drugs, gambling, & chocolate: A workbook for overcoming addictions. San Louis Obispo, CA: Impact Publishers, Inc.

Booklets
National Endowment for Financial Education. (2000). Personal financial strategies for the loved ones of problem gamblers. (booklet). Denver, CO: Author. (This booklet can be ordered through the National Council on Problem Gambling at 1-202-547-9204.)

Svendsen, R., & Griffin, T. (1998). Gambling: Choices and guidelines. (booklet). Anoka, MN: Minnesota Institute of Public Health. (This booklet can be ordered through The Gambling Problem Resource Center at the Minnesota Institute of Public Health at 1-800-782-1878.)

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