The Scenario
How might gambling fit into your recovery lifestyle?
Sam Savings Sam

Savings Sam
I am going to pay more attention to what happens when I get back into my fantasy league, be as careful with that as I am with the sports betting.
Bonnie Balanced Bonnie

Balanced Bonnie

I am going to stick to my two casino trips a year, that seems to be working for me.

Ian Impulsive Ian

Impulsive Ian
I guess I need to think more about this.

 

Part I

CT Council on Problem Gambling Live Chat

CT Council on Problem GamblingFREE ONLINE CHAT:
Monday-Friday, 5 p.m. - 12 midnight
Saturday & Sunday, 12 noon - 12 midnight
Chat specialists have expertise in problem gambling
Emotional support & referrals for problem gamblers and others impacted by gambler's behavior
Chats are confidential and can be anonymous
When chat is not available, call the CT Problem Gambling Helpline at:
1-800-346-6238
Questions? Visit the CCPG chat FAQ Page

Bettor Choice Programs

Bettor Choice Programs are gambling-specific treatment programs funded by the State of Connecticut. Services are offered at more than 16 locations in Connecticut through community agencies. Most programs offer a variety of outpatient services including: individual, group, and budget counseling for both problem gamblers and family members, psychiatric evaluation for both gamblers and family members, and couples and family counseling.

You can speak with a gambling counselor or find the nearest Bettor Choice Program by dialing 860.344.2244 or toll-free at 866.440.4375. You can also call one of the programs listed here. When you call, make sure to specify that you are looking for help and information about problem gambling.

State of CT DMHAS PGS

CT Problem Gambling Services

At CT Problem Gambling Services, we seek to protect vulnerable groups from gambling-related harm and work to foster and promote personal and social responsibility in all populations. Learn More...

 

If you would more indepth information
on managing your money, visit:

MyMoney.govMyMoney.gov is the U.S. government's website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. Whether you are buying a home, balancing your checkbook, or investing in your 401(k), the resources on MyMoney.gov can help you maximize your financial decisions. Throughout the site, you will find important information from 20 Federal agencies and Bureaus designed to help you make smart financial choices.

Practical Money Skills for LifeAt PracticalMoneySkills.com and WhatsMyScore.org, educators, parents, and students can access free educational resources including personal finance articles, games, lesson plans, and more.

 

 

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