Founded in 1996, the NCRG is dedicated to funding research on problem and youth gambling. Its mission includes working to increase public awareness of pathological and youth gambling problems, as well as encourage new prevention, diagnosis, and treatment measures.
The National Council on Problem Gambling aims to increase the public's awareness of pathological gambling, work to expand the availability of treatment options, and support related research, prevention and education efforts. The NCPG offers a 24-hour confidential hotline for assistance, as well as links to state problem gambling resources.
The Responsible Gambling Council (Ontario) develops programs and works with communities and individuals to approach gambling in a responsible manner and avoid problem and compulsive gambling. The Council also conducts research on problem and compulsive gambling. The organization has an e-Library where users can search for gaming-related news, reports and web-links.
Compulsive Gambling and Related Addictions - Training, Consultation, Responsible Gaming Programs and Treatment Services. Arnie & Sheila Wexler offer consultation, interventions, group, individual, and family counseling, couple's workshops, referrals, evaluations, and expert testimony. Also educational seminars, workshops, and training.
CCSA provides information on resources, programs, events and services related to problem and compulsive gambling in Canada. The organization also manages a problem gambling listserv.
Gamblers Anonymous is an organization of men and women committed to helping each other stop compulsive gambling through a twelve-step program. The site offers an international directory to make it easy for visitors to find a GA meeting near them.