Problem Gambling Guide & Helpful Resources
Problem gambling is a psychiatric condition that affects more than 6 million adult Americans (about 2% of the population) according to the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG). A gambling addiction is something anyone can develop regardless of age, race, gender, or financial status, but with proper education, you can learn to recognize the signs and how to go about getting treatment.
Read our problem gambling guide below to learn more on what it is, how to identify the symptoms, and where to get help for it in the United States.
Gambling should always be fun. If you're relying on the next roll of the dice or turn or a card to recoup some huge losses or cover your next mortgage payment, then you're probably NOT having any fun. The advice that we've covered above should help you to figure out what your next move is if you think that you, or someone you know, may be experiencing problem gambling.