Gambling Disorder Services

Many people find gambling fun and entertaining. But for some, gambling can become a problem, leading to financial trouble, strained relationships with family and friends, job issues and health problems.

Facing a gambling problem can be an overwhelming experience. Many people who get in over their head feel like there is no way out, and even consider desperate measures.

If this is how you feel now, please know that thousands of people have gotten their lives and their finances back on track after an experience with gambling.

There is hope, and there is help. By using this website, you're already taking positive action. And you will find a way to overcome your gambling problem.

Take the next step with one of the problem gambling resources on this page.

Disassociated Persons List

To help those with gambling problem, the Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB), with the assistance of Detroit's commercial casinos, have developed a list of Disassociated Persons, pursuant to Michigan law (MCL 432.225). 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 may apply to change their status after five years and revoke their lifetime pledge to never visit a Detroit casino under Public Act 225 of 2020. You will find an application form to remove your name from the list here.

Disassociated Person's Forms

Gambling Disorder Related Resources

National Council on Problem Gambling
Michigan Association of Problem Gambling
Gamblers Anonymous
Gambling Disorder Brochures
Gambling Disorder Information: Children, Teens, Men, Women and Seniors
Gambling Disorder Treatment Provider Training  (North American Training Institute)