Gambling, Gaming & Technology Use
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Welcome to Self-Help Gambling Tools

The Self-Help Tools below may be used anonymously. Registration is free.

View a short introductory video to learn more about the Self-Help Gambling Tools. Answering these nine questions will help you understand if gambling is having a negative impact on your life.

Use this web tool to keep track of when you gamble, or feel the urge to gamble.
Mobile App also available.
Share with other people affected by problem gambling on this discussion board.

Do you gamble? These interactive tools will help you explore, cut down or stop gambling. Does someone you care about gamble too much? With these interactive exercises, learn why they gamble and what you can do to help.

Ontario Problem Gambling Helpline
  • Open 24 hours, 7 days a week
  • Free, confidential and anonymous
  • Available across Ontario
  • Service in more than 140 languages
The Helpline provides information about and referrals to problem gambling counselling services, including telephone counselling and organizations such as Gamblers Anonymous and Gam-Anon.