Problem Gambling Services

Warning Signs

  • Withdrawal from family and friends
  • Missing personal or household items
  • Hiding gambling losses from family members
  • Secrecy or deception when asked about gambling or finances
  • Late notices or telephone calls from creditors
  • Talks only about wins, not losses
  • Liquidation of assets
  • Failed attempts to cut back or stop gambling
  • Intense interest in gambling-related matters

Find Help

If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, help is available. Contact the Problem Gambling Helpline at 800-522-4700; professionals are available 24 hours a day to take your call. Help is available at no-cost to the problem gambler and their concerned others. You can also go to for more information and resources.

Voluntary Self-Exclusion

As people try to stop gambling, they may choose self-exclusion as a recovery option. Most casinos have a self-exclusion program where the gambler requests to be excluded from entering the casino. The gambler making this request is also excluded from cashing checks, as well as using credit cards. A person may also request to be taken off all casino mailing lists.

In Kansas, each casino has a different self-exclusion procedure; please contact each Kansas casino for self-exclusion information.

 Kansas State Owned Casinos: 785-296-5800

 Kansas Tribal Casinos: 

  • Prairie Band Casino and Resort: 785-966-7660
  • Golden Eagle Casino (No Self-Exclusion Program)
  • Sac & Fox Casino (No Self-Exclusion Program)
  • Casino White Cloud: 877-652-6115
  • 7th Street Casino: 913-371-3500

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