Like mountain biking, fishing, kayaking or any other great Colorado activity, the Lottery is a form of entertainment. Regular players set a budget aside so they can freely indulge in the wonder and excitement of a possible win. With the implementation of limits to keep your play safe and responsible, you can relax and have worry-free fun.
Sometimes, players develop ideas about lottery play that just aren’t true. They might exceed their own budget because they believe they’re due up for a win, form superstitious rituals, or look to a win to fix a personal problem. We’re here to bust the myths and keep the game fun.
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If you or a loved one are struggling with a gambling addiction, we encourage you to seek help by contacting one of the organizations below.
Problem Gambling Coalition of Colorado
PGCC’s mission is to increase awareness, advocate treatment and promote research and education on problem gambling in Colorado.
24/7 confidential Problem Gambling Helpline: 1-800-522-4700 (call or text) (English and Spanish)
Learn about the voluntary self-exclusion program from Colorado casinos.
You can find information on how the games work, learn about different gambling myths, explore tips on how to keep the game fun, and much more, at:
A supportive online community helping people with gambling issues share their experiences and ideas. Joining is free and completely anonymous. Read inspirational stories about recovery and chat live with others at:
Colorado Gamblers Anonymous
Gamblers Anonymous is a support group for those struggling with a gambling problem and a desire to stop, with the help of their 12-Step Program. Find local in-person or online meetings across Colorado:
GA Hotline: 1-855-2-CALLGA (1-855-222-5542)
Gam-Anon is a support group for friends and family members impacted by compulsive gamblers.
National Council on Problem Gambling
NCPG is the national advocate for programs and services to assist people, families and communities affected by problem gambling.
DA offers hope for people whose use of unsecured debt causes problems and suffering in their lives and the lives of others.