An International and Multi-lingual Wiki of Problem Gambling Resources
Around the world, problem gambling is an issue and professionals are developing materials and programs to prevent and treat it. As we live in multicultural communities, resources developed in one language can be helpful to people speaking the same language elsewhere.
This site is a place to share problem gambling resources in the many languages in which they have been created. Professionals are invited to contribute and/or link to such resources. Pages have been set up to post information in 29 languages. More languages can be added as needed.
Everyone is welcome to access these resources for themselves or others.
This wiki has been developed by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health's Problem Gambling Institute of Ontario, and is open to contributions from professionals who are members of the Gambling Issues International (GII) listserv. GII is a group of 750+ problem gambling professionals from 28 countries and six continents.
(If you are a problem gambling professional who would like to join the GII listserv, please contact GamblingIssuesInternationalfirstname.lastname@example.org, stating your name, affiliation and involvement in the area.)
Click here for instructions on how to add a resource to this wiki. Please note permission must be granted before you are able to post to this site. Please contact email@example.com, if you would like to provide information about a resource.
Disclaimer: Links from the Problem Gambling web pages and wiki on the World Wide Web to other sites do not constitute an endorsement of these sites by CAMH. These links are provided as an information service only. It is your responsibility to evaluate the content and usefulness of information obtained from other sites. CAMH accepts no liability for loss of any kind incurred as a result of reliance on the information or opinions provided within this site, nor responsibility for the content of any site to which a hyper link from this site exists.
Last modified at 11/01/2013 10:28 AM by Matt Donnelly