Help available for West Virginians with gambling addiction

The Parkersburg News and Sentinel

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — March is National Problem Gambling Awareness Month and a statewide problem gambling treatment group is urging anyone who feels their gambling activity may be crossing a line to get a free anonymous screening.

The Problem Gamblers Help Network of West Virginia, which operates the 1-800-GAMBLER helpline, has information and help available around the clock by calling its helpline or chatting on its website.

Signs that gambling activity is no longer recreational include:

* You’ve tried unsuccessfully to cut back or quit.

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