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 1-850-888-HOPE (4673) or
Brief screens can help people decide whether to seek a formal evaluation of their gambling behavior. You can find one recent screen, the Brief Biosocial Gambling Screen (BBGS)1, below. The 3-item BBGS is based on the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) criteria for pathological gambling. Following the BBGS, please indicate how you feel right now about your gambling by clicking below the statement that best describes your feelings. Click here to take the BBGS e-Screener now. Used with permission from the NCRG and The Division on Addiction and Cambridge Health Alliance, a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School.
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Everi’s Personal Self Transaction Exclusion Program (STeP) is a way for gamblers to block access to cash across the company’s national network of ATMs, cash access kiosks, and booth services. The program works in conjunction with a casino’s own exclusion program.
Players who believe they have a problem can download a form to Request to Block Transactions and indicate what cards and accounts they wish to block. Once Everi processes the form, the identified account is blocked at participating Everi access points for at least one year.
The account block remains in place until a customer unblocks his or her account(s) by filling out and submitting the Request to Unblock Transactions form.
The STeP exclusion is effective on credit cards, ATM debit cards, and checking accounts at both machine terminals and cashier cages.
For more information, please dial (844) EVERI24 or visit the website by clicking here
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