The Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling has created a statewide database of qualified Treatment Providers, Gamblers Anonymous and Gam-Anon chapters to which callers can be referred. Written information on problem gambling is also sent on request.

WCPG's Lending Library is open to the General Public! The Council has a variety of books and videos that can be loaned out for up to two weeks at a time FREE of charge. The topics vary from educational to biographical. There is something for every age group!

Are you a compulsive gambler? Gamblers Anonymous 20 Questions Most compulsive gamblers will answer yes to at least 7 of these questions. If you answered yes to 7 or more, you may want to seek help for a gambling problem. Call 1-800-GAMBLE-5 or Text 1-920-888-HELP or Chat

CurriculumTeen gambling is on the rise. Sports betting, card games (like Texas Hold 'Em), and Internet gambling are an increasing part of teens' lives. For example, a 2004 study found that of 461 high school students between 14 and 18 years old, 210 or 46% reported watching poker on television, and 55% played poker. Of those who watch poker on TV, 82% reported playing poker. The majority (68%) of these youth played poker for money. Access to legal and illegal betting is easy and for teens looking for an illegal risk, quick cash or a winner's high, gambling can easily become addictive. For more information