Self-exclusion allows a person to request to be excluded from legalized gaming activities in Connecticut. Individuals who enroll in self-exclusion are prohibited from collecting any winnings, recovering any losses or accepting complimentary gifts or services or any other thing of value from a licensee or operator. Operators may choose to exclude participants in the Connecticut Self-Exclusion list from their services in other states or countries.

Voluntary self-exclusion can be a beneficial and empowering tool for those who feel they may be developing or have a problem with their gambling. By creating a barrier, it allows those who want to decrease or stop their activity, reduce the harms associated with gambling.
  • Gambling is no longer fun or entertainment
  • Issues sticking to preset time or money limits
  • Gambling is causing financial, health, or relationship problems
  • Taking a break would be beneficial
  • Gambling is causing feelings of stress, anxiety or concern
  • The urge to gamble is becoming uncontrollable
  • There is a focus on winning back losses
  • Gambling has taken priority over other areas of life
  • Reach out to The CT Council on Problem Gambling’s Helpline (1-888-789-7777) to speak with a Helpline Specialist who can connect you to opportunities for help in CT including support, counseling services and self- help groups
  • Visit www.ccpg.org for other helpful resources
  • For support, talk with family and friends to let them know what how you are feeling
  • Engage in other activities to replace gambling