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Alberta Health Services

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Gamblers Anonymous Alberta

Alberta Gamblers Anonymous welcomes you to our website. We are a nonprofit, self-supporting fellowship of recovering compulsive gamblers who meet regularly to help each other recover from the disease of compulsive gambling. Our guides are the 12 Steps of Recovery and the 12 Steps of Unity of Gamblers Anonymous.



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GameSemse Alberta

GameSense is an important part of our ongoing commitment to promote responsible gambling in Alberta.



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Alberta Liquor and Gaming Commission

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Responsible Gambling Council

 The Responsible Gambling Council (RGC) is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to problem gambling prevention.



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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

If you plan to gamble, wouldn’t it be a good idea to first really understand how gambling works?



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GamTalk - Online support for gambling issues

GamTalk is an online community for people with gambling issues to share their experiences and ideas. Whether you have a gambling problem, know someone who does, have stopped gambling completely, or just want to get ideas on playing safely, GamTalk can help.  



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Our House Addiction Recovery

Our House is an Addiction Recovery Centre, whose sole purpose is to provide an environment where individuals with addictions can embark on a recovery process directed towards a meaningful, productive lifestyle.



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South Country Treatment Centre

An orientation session is held with each new admission. This session serves as an informal presentation of the treatment program. This session allows staff and the individual to discuss expectations, answer questions about the treatment program and address other concerns the individual may have.



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Thorpe Recovery Centre

The Walter A. "Slim" Thorpe Recovery Centre Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing client centred and community based addiction services.



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ProblemGambling.ca

The tools on ProblemGambling.ca are self help.  The information entered will be anonomyous and will not be revealed to anyone.



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George Spady Centre

The emphasis at the George Spady Centre is on the stabilization and restoration of clients' health in an accepting and non-judgemental atmosphere. We believe that people are entitled to be treated with respect and dignity whatever their condition may be when arriving at the Centre.



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Edmonton Women's Shelter

Edmonton Women's Shelter Ltd. (EWS), most commonly known as WIN House, is a non-profit agency operating two shelters, WIN House I and WIN House II. The WIN Houses are for women with children or without children, who have experienced physical, emotional, economic, or spiritual abuse from their husbands or intimate partners.



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Money Mentors

 

Money Mentors is the only Alberta-based, not-for-profit credit counselling agency. Through a number of services, we help families and individuals recover from financial crisis and move forward. From credit counselling and money coaching to retirement planning and community financial literacy, we’re creating a healthier financial future for the entire province. - See more at: http://www.moneymentors.ca/about-us.html#sthash.Hb5Fg8rF.dpuf


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Youth Emergency Shelter

The Youth Emergency Shelter Society has a strong history of serving youth at risk in a caring, compassionate and concerned manner and, despite the setbacks and challenges of delivering these programs, we have provided an enormous amount of excellent service to the youth of Edmonton.



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Edmonton YMCA

Since its founding in 1907, the Edmonton YMCA has provided health and wellness programs as an integral part of its mission to help people build a healthy spirit, mind and body. While many people may be aware of this particular aspect of the YMCA and may have experienced its benefits, our objective to enrich and enhance the lives of members of our community reaches even farther.



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Bissell Centre

Neighbour helping neighbour. By offering help to people who need it, Bissell Centre gives hope to those living on low incomes in Edmonton. Located in the heart of Edmonton's inner city, Bissell Centre offers a wide range of services with the goal of giving people the opportunity and the means to make positive choices for their future and that of their children, and helping them to be as self reliant as possible.



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International Centre for Youth Gambling and High-Risk Behaviors

The Centre is committed to the advancement of knowledge in the area of youth gambling and risk-taking behaviours, through the development of both basic and applied research. Members of the Centre and our International Advisory Board are engaged in a multitude of research projects directly addressing youth gambling problems and that of co-occurring disorders. As part of our broader mandate to understand youth gambling, the Center is also engaged in training, treatment, prevention, information dissemination, and policy development.



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Multilingual Problem Gambling Information

 Multilingual problem gambling information, awerness and prevention



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Rehab Center

When most people hear the word "addiction," they generally think of someone who is physically and mentally dependent upon substances like drugs, alcohol, and nicotine. However, there is another type of addiction that is equally as destructive, yet not as often discussed. 
It is an addiction to gambling, and it happens more often than many people may realize.



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The Recovery Village

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