Lottery games are just that -- games. Lottery games are
designed to be enjoyable entertainment for adults, and for the vast majority
of lottery players, that's exactly what they are. Multi-State Lottery
members sell lottery tickets for the benefits of their citizens, raising
millions of dollars for worthy causes and projects.
The Multi-State Lottery Association encourages all lottery players to
be responsible in their amount of play. Never spend more than you can
afford on any lottery product. Please remember, it's just a game.
The Multi-State Lottery Association supports the efforts of the National
Council on Problem Gambling to provide help for persons who may have
a gambling problem. If you or someone you know has or might have a problem,
please call 1-800-522-4700 for
help or visit the National Council on Problem Gambling website at www.ncpgambling.org if
you would like additional information on how to get help.
To obtain additional information on state government supported problem
gambling services, please visit the Association of Problem Gambling Service
Administrators website at www.apgsa.org.
This website will allow you to obtain information on the public problem
gambling specific services
provided in each state. Also listed is the contact information for the
administrator of those services in each member state.
For general information on problem gambling, please visit http://www.naspl.org/links/index.cfm?Folderid=32.