Voluntary self exclusion
Voluntary Self-Exclusion

If you’re finding yourself gambling too much and unable to dial it back, voluntary self-exclusion might be for you.

Voluntary self exclusion
Regain control
Online support
Online support

There are several great programs for people looking for tools to help them out wherever they are. 

Online support
Find support online
Resources for families
Resources for families

Is one of your family members showing signs of unhealthy gambling habits? Have a look at these resources for players of all ages.

Resources for families
Help a family member
Warning signs
Advisors and counsellors

Looking to talk to someone about your gambling habits? Advisors and counsellors are available throughout the province.

Warning signs
Get support
resource-library
Resource library

Find information about your favourite games and other resources - available in numerous languages.

resource-library
Find resources to download
Warning signs
Warning signs

If gambling is no longer a fun, affordable activity for you or someone you love, it's time to take a closer look.

Warning signs
Know what to look for
Speak to a GSA now
Speak with a GameSense Advisor

Our GameSense Advisors are just a click or phone call away.

Speak to a GSA now
Talk to someone now