Gambling Disorder

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Gambling Disorder Services, administered by the Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Administration, are provided through a contract agreement with Health Management Systems of America (HMSA).
Services available to Michigan residents include: 24-hour help-line, prevention programs, and treatment programs.
 Gambling Disorder Help-line: 800-270-7117 [24-Hours]
Strictly confidential, counselors provide immediate help to address issues related to gambling disorder, including screening services and referrals to treatment or support groups.
  Non-Michigan residents, dial 313-961-2193 to obtain a number for your state.
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When you have a gambling problem, it's not just your problem. It's a problem for your family, your employer, your health, and your future. It's an emotional problem with real financial consequences. If you or someone you love is out of control, there is hope. Let us help you get your life back, call 1-800-270-7117.



For many people, gambling is fun and
entertaining. But for some, it's a serious
problem that continues after the fun is
gone. Besides money trouble, gambling
can seriously affect relationships, families,
and employment.

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Disassociated Persons List
Participation in the Disassociated Persons program is completely voluntary - no one but the voluntary participant may be added to the list. Persons placed on the list voluntarily pledge to make a lifetime commitment to never visit a Detroit casino. For an application, call 1-888-223-3044 or download the application. For more information about the program download the DPL brochure.

Speakers Bureau To bring a speaker to your Business, Agency, or Community Group, call 313-964-3100

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