Patrons who use their GameSense understand that gambling involves taking a risk. Casino gambling is designed to be a form of fun and entertainment and is not intended to create personal hardship.
Take the questionnaire contained in the Self Assessment brochure to see what your personal risk is for developing problems with gambling.
Note: The test contained in the brochure is a basic evaluation and not a diagnostic tool.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Confidential and free.
Call toll free 1-800-306-6789
The Problem Gambling Help Line provides 24-hour help to people with gambling problems and their families. Callers receive confidential, professional service from trained counsellors.
· Short-term counselling
· Crisis intervention services
· Referrals to regional health authority problem gambling counsellors and self help groups
The Prince Albert Grand Council Holistic Wellness Centre for the treatment of problem gambling is located in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
The Centre’s mission is to provide support for problem gamblers, their families and community based education about problem and responsible gambling. The Holistic Wellness Centre focuses on Problem Gambling (inpatient/outpatient treatment) and is the only ‘stand alone’ center for the treatment of problem gamblers that is not based on ethnicity or residency.
Call toll free: 1-866-765-5305 or 306-765-5305
The File Hills Qu’Appelle White Raven Healing Centre is located in Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan.
The Centre’s mission is to promote guiding principles that will encourage open communication with all individuals, families and communities. The primary focus is to provide traditional and conventional therapeutic counselling designed to address the legacy of inter-generational impacts of Residential Schools and unresolved trauma and family.
Call toll free: 1-866-748-8922 or 306-332-2608
The Saskatoon Tribal Council Responsible Gambling Outreach Treatment Program is located at 1514 – 20th Street West in Saskatoon, SK.
The mission of the program is to minimize or reduce the negative impacts of problem gambling on the individual, the family and the community.
FNARF was established to ensure that effective and accessible education, prevention and treatment programs were available to First Nation people. $2.25 million of SIGA’s profits are contributed annually to FNARF to ensure effective and accessible programs are made available.