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Our Youth, family and interactive technology brochure has tips and information for parents about healthy technology use for young people.

Looking for help with problem gambling in a language other than English? See the Multilingual Problem Gambling Service Brochure for information on accessing culturally competent problem gambling support and treatment in many languages.

Online Self-Help Tools: Visit our online self-help tools for individuals and families affected by problem gambling. More...

 

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Gambling Fact
70.7% of Canadian adults gambled in 2006-2007.
3.2% of Canadian adults experience moderate to severe problem gambling.
3.5% of Ontario adults experience moderate to severe problem gambling.
2.3% of Ontario student’s grade 7-12 may have a gambling problem.
3.9% of Ontario teens ages 15-17 are affected by problem gambling.
Lottery tickets are the most common gambling activity among Ontario adults.
No matter how long you stay at a slot machine, your odds of winning never improve.
70.7% of Canadian adults gambled in 2006-2007.
3.2% of Canadian adults experience moderate to severe problem gambling.
3.5% of Ontario adults experience moderate to severe problem gambling.
2.3% of Ontario student’s grade 7-12 may have a gambling problem.
3.9% of Ontario teens ages 15-17 are affected by problem gambling.
Lottery tickets are the most common gambling activity among Ontario adults.
No matter how long you stay at a slot machine, your odds of winning never improve.
70.7% of Canadian adults gambled in 2006-2007.
3.2% of Canadian adults experience moderate to severe problem gambling.
3.5% of Ontario adults experience moderate to severe problem gambling.
2.3% of Ontario student’s grade 7-12 may have a gambling problem.
3.9% of Ontario teens ages 15-17 are affected by problem gambling.
Lottery tickets are the most common gambling activity among Ontario adults.
No matter how long you stay at a slot machine, your odds of winning never improve.
2.3% of Ontario student’s grade 7-12 may have a gambling problem.
3.5% of Ontario adults experience moderate to severe problem gambling.
3.9% of Ontario teens ages 15-17 are affected by problem gambling.
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CAMH accepts no responsibility for such use. Individuals should contact their personal physician, and/or their local addiction or mental health agency regarding any such services.
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