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The Problem Gambling Help Line provides free 24-hour help to people with gambling problems and their families. Callers receive confidential, professional service from trained counsellors.
The help line provides:
Counselling services for people experiencing problems related to their gambling and for their families are available free of charge to Saskatchewan residents. To find services in your area, contact the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
Services are offered by experienced counsellors who work in out-patient settings.
An individual does not have to be in crisis, nor does gambling have to be the main reason for seeking help. Family members are also encouraged to contact problem gambling counsellors if they are concerned about another person’s gambling behaviour.
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