24-Hour Hotline 1-800-522-4700
If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, call the National Hotline (1-800-522-4700) for immediate, confidential assistance and information.

Youth Gamblers

  1. Do you think about gambling a lot and spend time planning to gamble?
  2. Do you spend more and more money on gambling?
  3. Are you restless, tense, or angry when you try to cut down on gambling?
  4. Do you ever gamble to escape problems at home, school, or work?
  5. After losing, do you gamble again as soon as possible to win back the money you lost?
  6. Do you lie to your family and friends about your gambling?
  7. Have you spent lunch money, bus or train fare on gambling?
  8. In the past year, have you taken money to gamble from someone you live with,without their knowing it?
  9. Have you stolen money (outside of your family) or shoplifted to get money forgambling?
  10. Have you fallen out with family members or friends because of your gambling?
  11. Have you missed school five or more times in one year to gamble?
  12. Have you gone to someone for help with a serious money worry caused by gambling?

If you or someone you know answers Yes to any of these questions, consider seeking assistance from a professional regarding this gambling behavior by calling the National Problem Gambling Help Line Network toll free at (800) 522-4700 for confidential help throughout the U.S.