Services are provided to those affected by
problem gambling or other behavioural addictions, such as excessive video
gaming, problematic internet use or overspending.
- Services offered include group,
couple, family and individual counselling.
- Specific programming for those 18 to
25 and their families in relation to problematic or excessive video gaming
and other online behaviours.
- Family members are encouraged to
access services on their own behalf, with or without the involvement of
the person with the gambling or behavioural addiction.
- Consultation and collaboration is
available with regard to gambling issues in complex clients.
- Staff specialties include work with
youth, women, older adults, families and ethno-cultural populations.
- Languages available: English,
French, Farsi, Finnish, Greek, Urdu, and through partnerships with
community agencies, referrals to problem gambling services in many other
Program Brochure (PDF)
Multilingual Problem Gambling Service (PDF)
Help for Family and Friends (PDF)
Women, Gambling and Stormy Weather (PDF)
Main office: 33 Russell Street, Toronto, Ontario
Satellite clinic located at: The Scarborough
Hospital, 2425 Eglinton Ave. E.,
To access the above services please contact Access CAMH, the centralized intake service at CAMH. Access CAMH ensures the right patient gets to the right place at the right time.
Access CAMH contact 416-535-8501, press 2
Referral Required: No, except in the case of clients with complex mental illness (Add in the link to the Referral form). For all other inquiries contact the Problem Gambling Treatment Services at: (416)-599-1322 or Toll-free in Ontario at 1 (888) 647-4414