Help for Compulsive Gambling and Spending

Debtors Anonymous

Problem gambling is an addiction much like any other illness that needs to be treated and no one will judge you for being taken by a casino.  Our judges and Trustees understand that and you are not alone.

One way to help yourself is to voluntarily exclude yourself from the casino.  Here is the Prairie Band Casino self-exclusion form.  Other casinos have similar programs.

Don’t be tempted.  You don’t have to go to the casino to get your gambling history for your tax return.  You may request it by mail.

Where to find help for compulsive gambling issues:

  • Kansas Coalition of Problem Gambling

A statewide 24-hour helpline for Kansans seeking assistance with problem gambling and referrals to counselors if needed.
(866) 662-3800

  • Gamblers Anonymous, National Service Office

Information for those with gambling disorders as well as for their family and friends
888-GA-HELPS (888-424-3577)

  • National Council on Problem Gambling, Inc.

Learn more about problem gambling and the council’s toll-free helpline
(800) 522-4700

  • Gam-Anon

Information for family and friends of those with gambling disorders
(816) 545-4368

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