Gambling Problem?

If you think that you may have a Gambling Problem, then we advise you to visit the New Jersey Casino Control Commission's website and take a Self-Test.

Signs of Problem Gambling

Is someone you know…?

  1. Preoccupied with gambling (i.e. reliving past gambling experiences, planning the next venture, or thinking of ways to get money with which to gamble).
  2. Secretive about his/her gambling habits, and defensive when confronted.
  3. Increasing bet amounts when gambling in order to achieve the desired excitement (“high”).
  4. Trying unsuccessfully to control, cut back, or stop gambling.
  5. Restless or irritable when not gambling.
  6. Gambling to escape problems.
  7. “Chasing” losses with more gambling.
  8. Lying to family and others about the extent of gambling.
  9. Committing crimes to finance gambling.
  10. Jeopardizing or losing relationships, jobs, education or career opportunities because of gambling.
  11. Relying on others to bail him or her out to relieve a desperate financial situation caused by gambling.

If you answered 'Yes' to several of these, then you may be showing signs of Problem Gambling. Below you will find some resources that may be helpful.

New Jersey Resources: