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Responsible Gambling Services and Support

Admitting that you have a gambling problem is an important first step on the road to recovery, and those impacted can access a wide range of local and national support services.

These services can provide support at every stage of treatment for problem gambling and gambling addiction. Read on to learn more about the services available to you.

Please note: If you need immediate help, call 1-800-GAMBLER.

National responsible gambling services

For starters, there are many responsible gambling organizations that operate on a national level. These are the best national responsible gambling resources you can access right now.

National Council on Problem Gambling

The National Council on Problem Gambling, or NCPG, is a national advocate for programs designed to assist anyone affected by problem gambling.

It operates the National Problem Gambling Helpline Network, also known as the aforementioned 1-800-GAMBLER, which you can call whenever you need help. If you do not want to speak over the phone, the NPGHN offers text and live chat services.

This helpline is available 24/7, and it is 100% confidential. Support workers are available at contact centers spread across the country, providing resources and referrals for all 50 states and US territories.

The NCPG also offers educational tools and advice for anyone suffering from a gambling problem—and for their families. You will find a range of screening tools, including a questionnaire, to help you determine whether you have a gambling problem.

Finally, the council runs treatment facilities, hosts conferences, and creates public awareness campaigns about the personal, social, and economic costs of problem gambling. In short, the council is a very comprehensive resource.


The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) also provides targeted support services for anyone with a gambling problem.

It runs a free national helpline, which is available 24/7. It is fully confidential, and it provides a treatment referral and information service in English and Spanish.

SAMHSA focuses on a wide array of behavioral health services, but it has published several studies on problem gambling, and it has experts in this field within the organization.


The International Center for Responsible Gaming (ICRG) is a non-profit based in the United States. It was initially part of the industry-funded American Gaming Association, but it is now an independent entity.

This organization primarily focuses on scientific research into gambling addiction. It aims to find new ways to enhance the prevention, diagnosis, intervention, and treatment of gambling problems.

It runs a range of additional services, including, which is designed to provide support and education for students, parents, administrators, and campus health professionals.

State responsible gambling services

In most states, you can seek support from problem gambling organizations that operate locally. Scroll down the list below to learn about the support available in your state.

The Alabama Council on Compulsive Gambling serves the people of Alabama and is the state’s affiliate of the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG). Alabamans who visit the site can click the “HELP NOW” button to send a message to the resource coordinator. You will then be sent details of local counselors and resources in your area. The ALCCG also provides education programs and professional resources for counselors in Alabama. Reach out to the ALCCG via:

  • Click the “HELP NOW” button on the site.
  • Call 334-277-5100.
  • Send an email to [email protected].

Alaska does not have a local problem gambling council. However, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services is responsible for general health and addiction services in the state, and it may be able to recommend local counselors. Anyone in Alaska can use national services, so these are the best points of contact if you have a gambling problem:

The Arizona Council on Compulsive Gambling was created to advocate for and assist any compulsive gamblers and their families in the state. It provides impartial referrals to the appropriate resources for addiction recovery, intervention, treatment, and counseling, along with education services. The ACCG runs a helpline (1-800-777-7207). Additionally, the Arizona Office of Problem Gambling offers resources and information for all Arizonans who could potentially be impacted by problem gambling. You can access these services via:

  • Call 1-800-777-7207 for the ACCG.
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 9001 E. Palmer Drive, Chandler, AZ 85248
  • Call 1-800-NEXT-STEP for the Office of Problem Gambling.
  • Text NEXT-STEP to 53342.

The Arkansas Problem Gambling Council (APGC) is the local affiliate of the NCPG. It provides services and programs for anyone in Arkansas with a gambling problem or gambling disorder, along with their families. The APGC also educates employers, students, treatment professionals, and the wider community on the dangers of problem gambling and how to prevent it. Get in touch with the APGC via:

  • Phone: 501-403-2321.
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 301 President Clinton Avenue B, Little Rock, AR 72201

The California Council on Problem Gambling (CCPG) helps anyone affected by problem gambling in the state. It provides links to national resources, hosts online classes, and issues certificates to local counselors. The California Office of Problem Gambling, which is part of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), also provides support and pays for treatment. These are the contact details:

  • Call 916-558-1784 for general public information.
  • Call 1-833-4CA4ALL for the CDPH.
  • Call 714-765-5804 for the CCPG.
  • Address: 41690 Ivy Street, Suite A7 Murrieta, CA 92562 for the CCPG.

The Problem Gambling Coalition of Colorado (PGCC) is the local NCPG affiliate. It runs programs and services to assist all affected by problem gambling throughout the state. The PGCC runs a Problem Gambling Center in Lakewood and hosts webinars on a regular basis. These are the coalition’s contact details:

  • Phone: 303-662-0772
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 7585 W Arkansas Ave, Lakewood, CO  80233.

The Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling offers local support for anyone negatively impacted by gambling in the Nutmeg State. It runs Connecticut’s only 24/7 helpline, offering support, resources, and referrals via phone, chat, and text. The CCPG also hosts a busy schedule of programs, training sessions, and educational events designed to raise awareness of problem gambling in the state. Get in touch with the CCPG via:

  • Call 888-789-7777 for the helpline.
  • Email [email protected] for information and support.
  • Address: 75 Charter Oak Avenue, Ste 1-309, Hartford, CT 06106

The Delaware Council on Gambling Problems (DCGP) is the local organization in the First State. It provides a quiz you can take to find out if you are at risk and runs a free, confidential helpline. You can call, text, or use live chat for impartial advice. You will also find recovery stories and details of local Gamblers Anonymous meetings on the site. Contact the DCGP via:

  • Helpline: 888-850-8888 for the helpline.
  • General Information: 302-655-3261
  • Text: 302-438-8888 (or use live chat on the site)
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 100 W. 10th Street, Suite 303, Wilmington, DE 19801-1677

The Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling (FCCG) provides a wealth of resources for problem gamblers and treatment professionals in the Sunshine State. It runs a statewide helpline, and you can call, text, email, use live chat, or connect with the team on social media for tailored support. The site also offers a self-assessment quiz and stories of Floridians who have benefited from the problem gambling services. You can also access financial and legal resources, learn more about self-exclusion programs, find details of counseling services, and discover self-help support groups. These are the contact details:

  • Call 888-ADMIT-IT (236-4848) for the 24/7 helpline.
  • Text 888-ADMIT-IT (236-4848) or use live chat on the site.
  • Write to P.O. Box 2309, Sanford, FL 32772.

The Georgia Council on Problem Gambling (GCPG) supports anyone suffering from gambling addiction in the state. It connects individuals and family members with local and national resources. The GCPG also works on public awareness, advocacy, education, research consulting, and gambling addiction training and workshops.

  • Call 800-715-4225 to be connected with a specialist.

Hawaii does not have a local NCPG affiliate. The state does not permit many forms of gambling, and it does not offer tailored local gambling addiction services. However, anyone in Hawaii can use national resources:

There is no local NCPG affiliate in Idaho. The Utah-Idaho Council on Problem Gambling previously provided support in both states, but it is no longer active. You can use national resources in Idaho:

The Illinois Council on Problem Gambling serves as the statewide resource for awareness and education about gambling disorders. It offers a self-assessment form, a video collection, and details of how to self-exclude from regulated gambling sites in Illinois. The council also hosts events and training programs while advocating for facilities, education, research, and responsible legislation. Contact the council via:

  • Phone: 833-937-4274
  • Address: 676 Chesapeake Dr, Bolingbrook, IL 60440

The Indiana Council on Problem Gambling (ICPG) is an advocate and a resource for problem gamblers and their families in the Hoosier State. It also offers a source of information on problem gambling, including self-assessment tests, lists of treatment providers, and a “Share Your Story” space. You can find links to local Gamblers Anonymous meetings at the ICPG site, too. Contact the ICPG via:

  • Helpline: 800-994-8448 or 866-699-4274
  • General Information: 317-632-1364
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 3935 N. Meridian St., Suite B-1, Indianapolis, IN 46256

The Iowa Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) provides help for problem gamblers in the state. It runs the Iowa Gambling Treatment Program and runs a helpline (1-800-BETS-OFF). The HHS also runs a website named Your Life Iowa, which has a dedicated gambling section. It provides resources and educational information. Contact the team via:

  • Call 1-800-BETS-OFF for the helpline.
  • Text 855-895-8398.
  • Visit or

The Kansas Coalition on Problem Gambling (KCPG) provides help for anyone struggling with problem gambling; family members of problem gamblers can get support as well. Treatment is available at no cost to problem gamblers in the state, and KCPG can connect you with trained professionals. To seek support, contact the coalition via:

  • Helpline: 1-800-522-4700
  • General information: 785-266-8666
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Facebook: Kansas Coalition on Problem Gambling
  • Twitter:  @KSCoalitionPG
  • Address: 2209 SW 29th Street, Topeka, KS 66611-1908

The Kentucky Council on Problem Gambling is the dedicated resource for the state. Visitors to the site can learn about gambling addiction, determine whether you have a gambling problem, and obtain referral information for counselors or Gamblers Anonymous. Another useful resource is the Kentucky Gambling Help site. To seek support in Kentucky, contact the team via:

  • Call: 502-223-1823
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Write to P.O. Box 4595, Frankfort, KY 40604-4595.

The Louisiana Association on Compulsive Gambling (LACG) has helped more than 2.2 million people since it established a local helpline in 2000. Anyone in Louisiana can call, text, live chat, or email for support. Gambling treatment is free for Louisiana residents, and the LACG can put you in touch with professionals. It also provides training, education, family support, and various other services. Contact the LAGC via:

  • Helpline: 877-770-7867
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 1325 Barksdale Blvd Ste 219, Bossier City, LA 71111

The Maine Council on Problem Gambling is dedicated to reducing problem gambling and its impact on the state’s residents, families, businesses, and communities. The council has compiled a detailed list of resources for individuals, families, and professionals in Maine, and the MCPG also offers screening, information about self-exclusion, tips for responsible gambling, webinars, and more. Contact the council at:

  • Helpline: Dial 211 (or 1-866-811-5695)
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Text your zip code to 898-211

The Maryland Council on Problem Gambling (MCPG) is the local NCPG affiliate. It describes itself as the voice of hope for problem gambling in Maryland, with a focus on advocacy, awareness, and assistance. The University of Maryland School of Medicine also provides support via the Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling. Resources include free treatment and peer support, plus training for professionals. Contact the MCPG via:

  • Helpline: 1-800-522-4700
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Write to PO Box 128, 4 Water Street, Searsport, ME 04974.
  • General information: 443-292-2809
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Write to PO Box 31623, Gwynn Oak, MD 21207.

The Massachusetts Council on Gaming and Health (MACGH) was founded to help individuals struggling with gambling. It has grown into a private, non-profit public health agency offering a range of services for those impacted by gambling and gaming. It offers a 24/7 helpline, robust advocacy, education, and other services. The Massachusetts Office of Problem Gambling Services also leads prevention efforts and response to problem gambling and related issues in the Bay State. Contact the MACGH via:

  • Safer Gaming Education Line: 1-800-426-1234
  • General Information: 617-426-4554
  • Address: 120 Washington Street, Suite 202, Salem, MA 01970

The Michigan Association on Problem Gambling is a non-profit organization that serves as the state’s NCPG affiliate. It provides education, offers links to local treatment services, and runs a variety of events. Contact the association at:

  • Helpline: 1-800-270-7117
  • General Information: 517-672-6904
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 1128 Wethersfield Dr. S, Portage, MI 49002

The Minnesota Alliance on Problem Gambling is the state’s advocate and central resource for all Minnesotans seeking information on problem gambling. It offers a helpline, which you can call, text, and live chat. The site also provides information about healthy play, offers resources for professionals, and displays recovery stories. These are the contact details:

  • Helpline: 800-333-HOPE (4673)
  • Text “HOPE” to 53342
  • General Information: 612-424-8595
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 1935 West County Road B2, #420, Roseville, MN 55113

The Mississippi Council on Problem & Compulsive Gambling helps individuals (and their families) who are devastated by addictive gambling. It runs a toll-free helpline, where all calls are strictly confidential, and you can text the team, too. The council focuses on intervention, referral, education, and training for healthcare providers, increasing public awareness, conducting research, and developing prevention and education programs for adolescents. Contact the team at:

  • Call 1-888-777-9696 or 888-777-9696 for the helpline.
  • Text “msgambler” to 53342 for support.
  • General Information: 601-853-8351
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 141 Executive Drive, Suite 4, Madison, MS 39110

Missouri does not have a local NCPG affiliate. However, the Missouri Division of Behavioral Health offers compulsive gambling treatment services and runs the 888-BETS-OFF (888-238-7633) helpline. You can also sign up at any Missouri Gaming Commission office for lifetime exclusion with the option for removal from the Problem Gambling List.

  • Call 888-BETS-OFF (888-238-7633) for the helpline.

The Montana Council on Problem Gambling is a non-profit agency dedicated to alleviating gambling-related personal and social distress. It offers support, referral services, and education to compulsive gamblers, their families, and anyone else in Montana concerned about problem gambling. These are the council’s contact details:

  • Helpline: 888-900-9979
  • General Information: 406-438-1276
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Write to PO Box 606, Helena, MT 59624-0606.

The Nebraska Council on Problem Gambling runs a free and confidential gambling helpline, which is accessible over the phone or via text on a 24/7 basis. You can also use the council’s site to find a local counselor, access a hub for family members, or check out a range of educational tools. These are the council’s contact details.

  • Helpline: 1-833-BETOVER (238-6837)
  • General Information: 402-890-0504
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 127 S. 37th St Ste. B, Lincoln, NE 68510

The Nevada Council on Problem Gambling is dedicated to generating awareness, promoting education, and advocating for quality treatment and support resources for problem gambling in the state. It links to the national helpline (1-800-GAMBLER) and provides programs and resources for Nevadans. These are the contact details:

  • Phone: 702-369-9740
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 5552 S. Fort Apache Rd., Ste. 100, Las Vegas, NV 89148

The New Hampshire Council on Problem Gambling is not an NCPG affiliate, but it was created to address the social, financial, and emotional costs of problem gambling in the state. This private non-profit agency provides information, education, advocacy, and prevention services, along with referrals to problem gambling treatment services, to those affected, their loved ones, and the wider community. You can contact the team at:

  • Phone: 603-724-1605
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 100 North Main St., Suite 400, Concord, NH 03301

The Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey offers a 24/7 confidential helpline (800-GAMBLER) for anyone affected by problem gambling in the state. It provides a self-assessment quiz, public awareness campaigns, prevention programs, treatment, training for professionals, and advocacy. Contact the council via:

  • Call: 800-GAMBLER (246-2537)
  • General Information: 609-588-5515
  • Address: 3635 Quakerbridge Rd., Suite 7, Hamilton, NJ 08619

The New Mexico Council on Problem Gambling (NMCPG) delivers problem gambling treatment, prevention services, and public awareness campaigns. It also offers training for professionals in the state. You can access confidential support 24/7 via a problem gambling crisis helpline, which is available in English and Spanish. Meanwhile, the Responsible Gaming Association of New Mexico (RGANM) provides educational materials and a separate helpline.

  • RGANM Helpline: 888-696-2440
  • NMCPG Helpline: 800-572-1142
  • General Information: 505-897-1000
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Write to P.O. Box 10127 Albuquerque, NM 87184.

The New York Council on Problem Gambling (NYCPG) is a non-profit corporation dedicated to increasing public awareness about problem gambling in the state. It advocates for support services and treatment for anyone adversely affected. The New York State Resource Centers can also help by connecting you with treatment providers. It is divided into seven regions: New York City, Long Island, Northeast, Central, Finger Lakes, and Western New York. To contact the NYCPG, use one of these options:

  • Helpline: 833-HERETOHELP or 833-437-3864
  • General Information: 518-867-4084
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 100 Great Oaks Blvd., Suite 104, Albany, NY 12203

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services provides problem gambling prevention, education, outreach, and treatment programs throughout the state. It has a dedicated NC Problem Gambling Program. The North Carolina Council on Problem Gambling was also created to support individuals in the state. Its website is currently down, but you can call 1-800-522-4700. To contact the NC Problem Gambling Program, these are the details:

There is no local NCPG affiliate in North Dakota, but there are some statewide services on hand to provide support. For example, Gambler ND is an informational website dedicated to raising awareness and stopping gambling addictions in North Dakota. It can connect you with counselors, support groups, and an online course. These are the contact details:

  • Phone: 877-702-7848

The Problem Gambling Network of Ohio aims to enhance Ohio’s problem gambling services through collaboration, advocacy, and support. The organization offers a 24/7 helpline. It runs programs and training sessions, too, and it offers various online resources. Contact the network via:

  • Helpline: 800-589-9966
  • General Information: 614-750-9899
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 355 E Campus View Blvd Ste 285, Columbus, OH 43235

The Oklahoma Association on Problem Gambling and Gaming is the NCPG’s local affiliate. It aims to boost public awareness, increase the availability and quality of treatment services, and drive education. It is funded in part by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services. The site provides self-exclusion details for compulsive gamblers and information for counselors. These are its contact details:

  • Phone: 405.801.3329
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 501 E. Alameda, Ste E., Norman, OK 73071

The Oregon Council on Problem Gambling offers state-specific information and resources on the prevention and treatment of gambling problems. Resources include tools for individuals and parents, training for professional counselors, and research into problem gambling in Oregon. The Oregon Health Authority also offers problem gambling services, distributing around $7.5 million annually for prevention and treatment programs and services. For support, contact:

  • Helpline: 877-MY-LIMIT (877-695-4648)
  • General Information: 971-361-9333
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 6312 SW Capitol Hwy, PMB 1020, Portland, OR 97239

The Council on Compulsive Gambling of Pennsylvania is the local non-profit organization affiliated with the NCPG. Its purpose is to educate, share information on problem gambling, and provide resources for help. You can use the site to find local meetings and support groups. It also offers self-assessment tools, warning signs of problem gambling, webinars, and information about self-exclusion. Contact the team via:

  • Phone: 215-643-04542
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Write to P.O. Box 444, Spring House, PA 19477.

The Rhode Island Council on Problem Gambling (RICPG) runs an extensive network of resources for individuals, employers, and community organizations. You can access a self-assessment tool, learn the signs of problem gambling, and find details of community education events and local Gamblers Anonymous meetings at the RICPG site. Contact the RICPG via:

  • Helpline: 877-942-6253
  • General Information: 401-354-2877
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 15 Messenger Dr., Warwick, RI 02888

The NCPG does not have a local affiliate in South Carolina, but you can use all of its national resources. The South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services (DAODAS) offers a Gambling Addiction Services hub. Its services include individualized assessments and tailored treatment plans. There are links to state-licensed and nationally accredited treatment providers. These are the contact details for the DAODAS:

  • Phone: 803-896-5555
  • Address: 1801 Main Street, 12th Floor, Columbia SC 29201

South Dakota does not have a local problem gambling council. However, the South Dakota Lottery has a responsible play hub that provides advice. It also runs a toll-free problem gambling helpline. All the national resources mentioned above are available to South Dakotans.

  • Helpline (888-781-HELP)

The Tennessee Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services supports problem gamblers in the state. It runs the Problem Gambling Treatment Services Program. The department provides links to several helpful resources in the state, too, including the Tennessee REDLINE, which can make referrals for people and families seeking problem gambling and gambling addiction services. These are the details:

  • Tennessee REDLINE: 800-889-9789 (call or text 24/7)
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Phone: 615-944-8246

Texas does not have a dedicated problem gambling council. However, the University of Texas offers counseling and support on its Austin campus to anyone suffering from compulsive gambling problems. A Houston-based treatment center called The Sterling Center for Problem Gambling can also help, along with Texas Gamblers Anonymous, which organizes meetings in Austin, Houston, San Antonio, and Dallas/Fort Worth. These are some useful contact details:

  • University of Texas Counseling and Mental Health Center crisis line: 512-471-2255
  • Sterling Center for Problem Gambling: 281-907-9551

Utah does have a local problem gambling organization, as the Utah-Idaho Council on Problem Gambling is no longer active. If you are based in Utah and have a gambling problem, use these national resources for support:

There is an official government website called Problem Gambling Vermont that provides support for individuals and family members. It offers a list of local counseling services, links to national resources, an assessment quiz, and counselor certification and training courses. However, it does not run a helpline, so anyone seeking immediate support should contact national services:

The Virginia Council on Problem Gambling (VCPG) is the local non-profit organization that aims to increase public awareness of problem gambling. It works to ensure the widespread availability of treatment for problem gamblers and their families, and it encourages research and programs for prevention and education. The VCPG also runs a toll-free, confidential helpline. Here are the contact details:

  • Helpline: 888-532-3500 or 800-522-4700
  • General Information: 804-827-0921
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Write to PO Box 980330, Richmond, VA 23298.

The Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling is designed to provide help and hope for anyone with a gambling problem in the state of Washington. It runs a 24-hour helpline, which you can call or text. Additional services include training programs, awareness initiatives, and confidential referrals to free or low-cost treatment in Washington. These are the contact details:

  • Helpline: 800-547-6133
  • General Information: 360-352-6133
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 1821 Fourth Avenue East, Olympia, WA 98506

Washington DC recently stripped problem gambling services from the district budget, so you will need to use national services:

The Problem Gambling Network of West Virginia provides local support in the Mountain State. It has a website——along with a very active Facebook page. Services include links to support agencies, prevention, and training. The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources has also established a Compulsive Gambling Treatment Fund. These are the contact details for the Problem Gambling Network of West Virginia:

The Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling provides local education, awareness, and resources on problem gambling disorders. Its services include a 24/7 helpline, lists of local Gamblers Anonymous meetings, educational information, youth outreach, events, guest speakers, and much more. Contact the council via:

  • Helpline: 800-426-2535
  • Text: 850-888-4673
  • General Information: 920-437-8888
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Address: 1585 Allouez Ave, Green Bay, WI 54311-6268

The Wyoming Council on Problem Gambling is the local NCPG affiliate. It offers information about the warning signs of gambling problems and explains where you can find support. The council also offers training for counselors. These are the council’s contact details:

  • Helpline: 1-800-522-4700
  • General Information: 307-620-2655
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Write to PO Box 307, Beulah, WY 82712-0307.

Tribal responsible gambling resources

There are 566 federally recognized tribes in the United States, and 224 of them operate casinos, according to the National Indian Gaming Commission.

They are permitted to run land-based casinos on tribal lands if they agree to gaming compacts with the local state government. The tribes do not typically benefit from each state’s responsible gambling resources, as they have their own gaming commissions, but many donate to local responsible gambling programs.

For example, tribes in Washington State contribute more than $3 million per year to support responsible gambling education, prevention, treatment, and wellness programs.

These are the states in which tribal casinos are not overseen by the state government:

  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Florida
  • Idaho
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Louisiana
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • South Dakota
  • Texas
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

Native American tribes are the primary regulators of their own casinos, led by the National Indian Gaming Commission. However, they must comply with the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988 and other federal laws.

Some state compacts give the local gaming commission a degree of oversight. For example, the Arizona Department of Gaming works with the tribal gaming offices to regulate tribal casinos in the state. Contact the individual tribes nearest to you for more information.

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