Office of Problem Gambling

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For Youth

Do you think your gambling is becoming a problem? You're not alone. Help is available.

For Youth Many problem gamblers say they began to gamble when they were a youth – approximately 10 years of age (Gupta & Derevensky, 1998).
For Family and Friends

Are you a relative or friend of a young gambler seeking information on their potential compulsive gambling problem?


family-friends According to the Productivity Commission (Australian Government), on average, every gambler has a negative effect on approximately seven other people.
Youth of a Problem Gambler

Are your parents gamblers? If you think your parents may have a gambling problem, help is available.

Youth of a Problem Gambler According to a study from California, nearly one million adults experience signs of compulsive gambling.
Office of Problem Gambling (OPG)
1616 Capitol Avenue
P.O. Box 997377 MS-8700
Sacramento, CA 95899
Office: (916) 327-8611
E-Mail: OPG@cdph.ca.gov
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