It’s important to evaluate your gambling habits and behaviour to ensure that gambling remains entertaining, yet safe. There are many different types of self-assessment tools available online or through Addiction Services which can help you assess your gambling behaviour. These self-assessment tools are not intended to diagnose problem gambling but can be helpful in identifying high-risk behaviour. Many provincial problem gambling rates are based on responses from the Canadian Problem Gambling Index (CPGI).
To assess your gambling activities through the CPGI, please click here to complete the Access My Gambling Behavior form on our ALC.ca website. It will give you a good idea of whether you need to take corrective action.