• A text message conversation where one person says they cannot make a recital because they need to win back RESP lost playing blackjack.

    It’s never this easy to spot a gambling problem.

    One real sign to look for:

    Neglecting
    family activities

    Friends or family members can often spot the signs of a gambling problem and help
    STOP THE CHASE.

    This website will help you learn the signs of a potential gambling problem, how to help someone who may be experiencing a problem, and how to protect yourself if you think someone in your life could have a problem.

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  • A text message conversation where one individual admits that they have cleaned out the savings account to try to break even at the slots.

    It’s never this easy to spot a gambling problem.

    One real sign to look for:

    When a shared
    bank account isn’t
    accessible

    Friends or family members can often spot the signs of a gambling problem and help
    STOP THE CHASE.

    This website will help you learn the signs of a potential gambling problem, how to help someone who may be experiencing a problem, and how to protect yourself if you think someone in your life could have a problem.

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  • A text message conversation where one person admits to clearing out their RRSP because they want to recoup losses from playing blackjack.

    It’s never this easy to spot a gambling problem.

    One real sign to look for:

    Missing financial statements
    or bills that your
    partner may be hiding

    Friends or family members can often spot the signs of a gambling problem and help
    STOP THE CHASE.

    This website will help you learn the signs of a potential gambling problem, how to help someone who may be experiencing a problem, and how to protect yourself if you think someone in your life could have a problem.

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  • A text message conversation where one person admits to opening a new line of credit in order to buy back into a poker game.

    It’s never this easy to spot a gambling problem.

    One real sign to look for:

    Increased tension,
    stress and arguments
    relating to money

    Friends or family members can often spot the signs of a gambling problem and help
    STOP THE CHASE.

    This website will help you learn the signs of a potential gambling problem, how to help someone who may be experiencing a problem, and how to protect yourself if you think someone in your life could have a problem.

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  • A text message conversation where one person says they cannot pick up the kids because they need to recoup RESP’s lost on a bad spin.

    It’s never this easy to spot a gambling problem.

    One real sign to look for:

    Neglecting
    household responsibilities

    Friends or family members can often spot the signs of a gambling problem and help
    STOP THE CHASE.

    This website will help you learn the signs of a potential gambling problem, how to help someone who may be experiencing a problem, and how to protect yourself if you think someone in your life could have a problem.

    Learn more