Gamblers Anonymous (GA) is a fellowship that was founded in 1957 to help gamblers - men and women - solve their gambling problems.
Compulsive gambling is a problem, an illness that can occur, and be cured, or arrested at the very least. Gamblers Anonymous (GA) is one professional resource that helps such people who are in need of help.
To become a member of GA, an organization that helps such gamblers, one must wish to stop gambling. No dues or fees are involved, instead the organization is self-supported by contributions.
GA is not allied with any institution, political, religious or other. Rather its only mission is to help compulsive gamblers recover.
GA offers a recovery program, a unity program, questionnaires to fill out for self, meeting groups and more. These services are provided in every one of the 50 states in the US and internationally in dozens of countries. The recovery and support programs are guided by certain spiritual principles, which had been utilized by thousands of people who were recovering from other compulsive addictions over the years.
Would you like to learn more? Visit the following link for more details and information: gamblersanonymous.org.