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Office of Problem Gambling

Problem gambling awareness toolkit with helpful resources

Let’s all work together against gambling disorder.


The Office of Problem Gambling is dedicated to helping Californians who are suffering from gambling disorder, but we need your help. This toolkit is full of easy-to-share resources to help get information to those who need it. 

 March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month (PGAM)  
PGAM is a grassroots campaign that includes the participation of the California Department of Public Health's Office of Problem Gambling (OPG), the California Council on Problem Gambling (CCPG), and dozens of community organizations, state health agencies, gambling industry representatives, recovery groups, healthcare organizations and providers and others throughout the country. The goal of PGAM is to increase public awareness of problem gambling, and to and provide information about resources for treatment and prevention.
Our PGAM poster is available in English, Spanish, and Chinese (PDF).

Help us get the word out. Please share these resources and social media messages with your networks and anyone you feel would benefit from them.

Take a look at our 
Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about problem gambling.
A man watches the sunrise. Self-help resources section

If you or someone you care for is suffering from gambling disorder call 1-800-GAMBLER, text SUPPORT to 53342, or visit 800gambler.chat for no-cost, confidential help 24/7.

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A person uses social media on their phone. Social Media resources section

Share these Graphics on Social

A couple embrases with the words Recovery Happens overlaid. A couple nervously sitting and holding hands with the words Accepting help is OK overlaid.

Someone is playing slot machines with the words Problem gambling is a hidden addiction overlaid. A couple embraces on a hilltop with the words Treatment for Problem Gambling and Affected Loved onese overlaid.
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