International Centre for Youth Gambling Problems and High-Risk Behaviors at McGill University
International Centre for Youth Gambling Problems and High-Risk Behaviors at McGill University has been at the forefront of leading-edge research aimed at identifying and understanding the critical factors related to youth gambling issues of public funds for problem gambling services.
National Council for Problem Gambling
A center for all the councils on compulsive gambling; acts as a hub for all other state affiliates
Association of Problem Gambling Service Administrators (APGSA)
APGSA is a national membership organization of state administrators of public funds for problem gambling services.
International Center for Responsible Gaming
Provides independent, peer reviewed research, that helps increase the understanding of gambling disorder and find effective methods of treatment.
Gamblers Anonymous is a twelve-step support program for problem gamblers. It is a support program for friends and families of the problem gamblers.
Gamblers Anonymous and GAM-ANON Meeting Information
Gam-Anon is a support program for friends and families of the problem gambler. Not all GA meetings have an accompanying GamAnon meeting. You will find the available GamAnon meetings listed throughout the GA meeting list.
SMART Recovery Self-Management and Recovery Training
SMART Recovery’s potential effectiveness for assisting individuals to find relief from gambling addiction is supported by research.
Ban Yourself From Using ATMS at Many Casinos
Automated Systems America, Inc. (ASAI) can also assist in blocking ATM transactions in some Arizona casinos.
Ban Yourself From Internet Gambling
Gamblock prevents access to internet gambling sites.
Arizona Council on Compulsive Gambling
Arizona council on compulsive gambling; Arizona state affiliate of NCPG