Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA)
SLGA is a Treasury Board Crown Corporation responsible for the distribution, control and regulation of alcoholic beverages and most gambling in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. SLGA provides funding to Mobile Crisis Services, Inc. to operate the 1-800 Saskatchewan Problem Gambling Helpline and the Saskatchewan Problem Gambling website.
Ministry of Health
Saskatchewan Health co-ordinates the efforts of health regions, government ministries, community groups and the gaming industry to provide services related to the prevention, education and treatment of gambling problems.
Mental Health & Addiction Services
Gambling counsellors help people with problems related to their gambling and also help their families deal with the impacts. Experienced Gambling Counsellors provide services in out-patient settings, free of charge to Saskatchewan residents. Gambling Counsellors are available in the health regions throughout Saskatchewan and are specifically trained in the area of problem gambling.
SaskGaming owns and operates Casinos Regina & Moose Jaw. Our casinos are major entertainment destinations—welcoming over 3.5 million guests each year, employing a diverse workforce of over 900 people and generating economic benefits for communities across Saskatchewan.
SaskGaming is committed to offering casino entertainment in a socially responsible manner. We want to provide everyone who visits our properties with information and education about the casino environment so they can make informed, responsible choices.
Casino Regina and Moose Jaw promote responsible gaming via GameSense which is an innovative, award-winning program designed to promote informed choice and healthy behaviours among our guests. GameSense combines responsible play education with information on the risks associated with gambling.
Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA)
Through the operation of six First Nations gaming entertainment destinations, The Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA) is strengthening the lives of First Nations people through employment, economic growth, and positive community relations.
Since opening in 1996, SIGA has demonstrated that it has been committed to operate in a socially responsible manner. It began with the FSIN chiefs recognizing the need for an entity to address the risk of problem gambling and so the First Nation Addiction and Rehabilitation Foundation was established. That early concern to be proactive to the possibility of high risk gambling behaviour has evolved throughout the years and SIGA casinos now feature a comprehensive responsible gaming strategy which continues to grow with the gaming industry.
First Nation Addiction Rehabilitation Foundation (FNARF)
The First Nation Addiction Rehabilitation Foundation is dedicated to helping First Nations people in Saskatchewan by promoting responsible gambling. The mission of FNARF is to promote and maintain healthy life styles that enhance healthy individuals, families and communities by increasing the use of holistic approaches. It accomplishes this mission by engaging in activities in four mandated areas; education, prevention, research and treatment.
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)
The Gambling Awareness Program (GAP) is operated by CMHA Saskatchewan Division, located in Regina at 2702-12th Avenue. This educational program started in 1994 and since has been educating Saskatchewan people about the risks associated with gambling.
Gamblers Anonymous (GA)
Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from a gambling problem. Gamblers Anonymous (GA) is a twelve-step program for people who have a gambling problem. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop gambling. This is a compulsion or addiction which may be associated with financial insecurity, dysfunctional families, legal problems, employment difficulties, psychological distress and higher rates of suicide and attempted suicide. Gamblers Anonymous(GA) provides help to people throughout the province by holding GA meetings. If gambling is causing a problem, we believe you may be able to find help by attending at least one full meeting per week.
Mobile Crisis Services, Inc.
Mobile Crisis Services, Inc. operates the 1-800 Saskatchewan Problem Gambling Helpline and the Saskatchewan Problem Gambling website. Crisis Gambling Counsellors provide short term gambling counselling, information and referral to the Province of Saskatchewan. In addition we provide an integrated, comprehensive, social and health crisis and emergency intervention service on a twenty four hour a day, seven days per week basis. Providing services to gambers and families that have complex problems. We recieve funding from Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority and program direction and consultation from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health.