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Problem Gambling Resources


Adolescent & Teen Gambling (2022 Brochure)

Cock Fighting Flyer (English version)

Cock Fighting Flyer (Spanish version)

Fantasy Sports & Gambling (2018 Brochure)

Gambling and LGBTQ (2022 Brochure)

Gambling and Public Health (2018 Brochure)

Gambling and Seniors (2022 Brochure)

Gambling and the Family (2018 Brochure)

Gambling and Women (2018 Brochure)

Gambling in the Military & Veterans (2018 Brochure)

Gambling Treatment & Resources (2018 Brochure)

Internet Gambling (2022 Brochure)

Probation and Corrections (2018 Brochure)

Problem Gambling and Suicide (2018 Brochure)

Problem Gambling Identifications & Warning Signs Across Demographic Groups

Responsible Gambling (2018 Brochure)

Similarities & Differences (2018 Brochure)

Sports Gambling (2018 Brochure)

Other Helpful Information:

1-800-GAMBLER Helpline Placard

Are You Living With A Compulsive Gambler? 20 Questions of Gam-Anon

Arnie & Shiela Wexler Associates

Association of Professionals Treating Problem Gambling

Children of Disordered Gamblers

Division of Mental Health & Addiction Services

Dr. Sachin Karnik’s presentation on Cultural Diversity from our annual conference, 2016

Gamblers in Recovery



Help for Excessive Game Playing On-line Gamers Anonymous

International Certified Gambling Counselor (ICGC) Program

National Association of Drug Court Professionals

National Council on Alcohol & Drug Dependence – NJ

National Council on Problem Gambling

NCPG Problem Gambling Help by State

New Jersey Prevention Network

NJ Racing Commission Self Exclusion Program

Quit Gambling

Skill Based Slot Games – Bringing “Gaming” onto the Gambling Floor

State of New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement Self Exclusion Program

State of Pennsylvania Self Exclusion Program

V-Chart for the Spouse of a Gambler

Video Game Addiction: Ready To Quit? Join Game Quitters Today

Council On Compulsive Gambling: Comprehensive Market Presentation

Fact Sheets

Fact Sheet: Gambling & Medications

Fact Sheet: Gambling & Public Health

Fact Sheet: Gambling and Domestic Violence

Article: An Unusual Game


Gambling Got the Girls Podcast

Information and Resources

The Council on Compulsive Gambling of NJ (CCGNJ) is a private non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization whose primary purpose is to represent the best interest of disordered gamblers and their families, recognizing that problem or disordered gambling is a treatable illness. The Council refers those struggling with this addiction and their families to treatment, while advocating for increased services.

The CCGNJ is in partnership with the Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE). Individuals can elect to activate a voluntary self-exclusion option which allows an individual to be removed from casino marketing lists as well as being banned from play either online or in person. More information can be found on the DGE’s website:

New Jersey residents can also be referred to a Certified Compulsive Gambling Counselor for one-on-one sessions, in addition to in-patient facilities. For more information call our helpline at 800-GAMBLER and ask for a list of treatment providers.

The CCGNJ continually provides up -to-date information and resources on our website and continually strives to raise awareness, while providing support, treatment, and hope for problem gamblers. The above informational brochures and fact sheets cover topics including senior, teen, or adolescent gambling, domestic violence, self-exclusion, and problem gambling in the military.

The CCGNJ also provides information for professionals in New Jersey to help disordered gamblers along the path of recovery via training materials and links to professional addiction related sites. More information can be found by calling our confidential helpline at 800-GAMBLER.

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