Gamb-ling: Problem gambling information – Site Credits

Site Credits

This site is a project of the Niagara Multilingual Problem Gambling Program, Addictions Services, Niagara Health System.

This program is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion, Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Branch.

For questions about this program, please contact:

Myra Quinonez-Alfonso
Niagara Multilingual Problem Gambling Program
260 Sugarloaf Street, Port Colborne, ON

L3K  2N7
905-378-4647 x63849
email: [email protected]



From concept to actualization, this project is grateful to the many contributors for their time, and talents:

  • Cultural Interpreters
  • Members of the Advisory Committee
  • Agencies and Associations
  • Community Organizations
  • Partners and Colleagues
  • Friends
  • Volunteers

Their support and commitment were instrumental in making this project possible.

We would like also to acknowledge the financial contribution of the Ministry of Health Promotion, Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Branch.

South Oaks Gambling Screens, (SOGS), South Oaks Foundation, reprinted by permission, copyright 1992.

DSM-IV, Reprinted with permission from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition. Copyright 1994 American Psychiatric Association.

GA 20 Questions, original from Gamblers Anonymous.

CAMH Gambling Screen, reprinted with permission.

Some of the material for this site has been adapted from the “Promoting Community Awareness of Problem Gambling Resource Package” published by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

“The information and assessment tools provided on this site are for educational purposes only. If you think that you or someone you know has a problem, contact a professional.”