For Yourself

If you are struggling with a gambling problem, remember that you’re not alone. Experienced professionals are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help you.


For Others

If someone you care about such as a parent, partner, youth, friend or colleague appears to be suffering from a gambling disorder, help is available.


For Professionals

Problem gambling affects a number of professions, and Minnesota is fortunate to have skilled professionals to assist with recovery in the areas of counseling, legal, healthcare, and financial.


For Communities

Certain groups of people have an increased risk for developing a gambling problem such as specific cultural communities and those at the college/university setting.

No other disorder has a higher rate of suicide than problem gambling. One in five of those affected by problem gambling will attempt suicide – that’s twice the rate of other disorders.

Start the conversation

Real people, across varying ages, genders and ethnicities, share their personal stories of finding their way out of problem gambling. What once starts out as a hobby or way to relieve stress, worries or pain becomes an uncontrollable problem that can lead to addiction. Meet the individuals brave enough to speak up, seek help and enter a hope-filled recovery.