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- Association of Problem Gambling Service Administrators: Supports the development of services that will reduce the impact of problem gambling. APGSA members are administrators of public funds dedicated to the provision of problem gambling services.
- Chance to Change: This is a Christ-centered gambling addiction recovery program, produced for churches.
- Chinese American Problem Gambling: Provides information about the Chinese Community Problem Gambling Project in San Francisco, California. Also, provides a problem gambling self-assessment in both Chinese and English.
- Female Gamblers: Contains articles by women gamblers in recovery.
- Forman Consulting - Prevention of Problem Gambling: Dedicated to the prevention of problem gambling and other addictive behavior at high schools, colleges and workplace. Based in New England.
- Gambler Addiction Index (GAI): This site presents the Gambler Addiction Index (GAI), a test for gambler problem and pathiology assessment.
- Gambling Assistance Program: A new program in Australia to monitor problem gamblers and help remove them from gaming venues.
- Gambling Related Issues: Links provided by the Minnesota Institute of Public Health. Includes "Beyond the Odds", their quarterly newsletter on problem and compulsive gambling.
- Gambling with the Good Life: This site is dedicated to preserving "Good Life" by opposing expanded gambling in the state of Nebraska, U.S.A..
- Know the Odds: Education to prevent the harmful effects of problem gambling. Curriculum materials for schools and colleges and free downloadable exercises by schools.
- National Coalition Against Legalized Gambling: An organization that opposes the gambling industry.
- National Responsible Gaming Programme: Helping prevent the development of problems associated with gaming in Africa.
- North American Training Institute Home Page: Specializes in responsible programs for the gaming and wagering industries, professional, accredited training programs, and in senior citizen and adolescent compulsive gambling issues. Includes Wanna Bet? magazine for kids concerned about gambling.
- Northern Rivers Gambling Service: A counseling service for problem gamblers and their families. Situated in Northern New South Wales, Australia.
- Oregon Gambling Addiction Treatment Division: Help is available for every problem gambler in Oregon. This state-funded foundation has reports on adolescent gambling and problem gambling.
- Problem Gambling: Diagnosis and treatment of problem gambling.
- Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand: This organization addresses gambling problem issues in New Zealand.
- Problem Gambling Hub: Providing a hub for the research, treatment, and discussion of problem gambling. A center for the gaming industry and professionals who are concerned with the problem of gambling addiction.
- Problem Gambling Survey: This site is currently doing a survey for research about poker slot machine gambling addicts.
- Problem Gambling in Canada: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse provides academic and government reports on problem gambling in Canada.
- Quit Gambling: Home website for author of "A Way to Quit Gambling" for compulsive gambling addiction problem.
- Responsible Gambling Council (Ontario): This site is committed to ensuring healthy individuals, families and communities that are free of the personal, social and economic harm resulting from gambling abuse.
- Stop Gambling: This site is trying to protect the vulnerable from online gambling in the United Kingdom by blocking access to it.
- The Psychology of Gambling: Psychological, social, and behavioral viewpoints on pathological gambling.
- United Kingdom - GamCare: This organization addresses gambling problem issues in the United Kingdom.
- VOLTS (Video Online Lottery Terminators Society): Attempts to educates the public in Nova Scotia to the dangers of video lottery machines.
- Wannabet.org: Magazine for kids concerned about the dangers of gambling addiction.
- Youth Gambling: This site concerns a program at McGill University in Quebec, Canada for youth gambling problems.
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