Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling

Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling FCCG


At the Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling, health and safety is our highest priority. Due to the growing concern surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and for the safety of the FCCG team, our offices will be temporarily closed until further notice, beginning March 17th, 2020.
Our Confidential and Multilingual Problem Gambling HelpLine will remain available 24/7. If you or a loved one need help for a gambling problem, contact us at 1-888-ADMIT-IT (236-4848) , text us at 321-978-0555, or chat with us online at gamblinghelp.org.

History & Mission

The Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling is a membership based non-profit educational and advocacy organization under contract with Florida state government.

History & Mission

The Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling, Inc. (FCCG) was established in 1988 as a gaming neutral 501(c)(3) educational and advocacy corporation that serves as the designated authority under state contract on gambling addiction. Its primary mission is to:


  • Increase public awareness regarding the risks and consequences associated with gambling


  • Provide assistance to problem gamblers, their families, and others adversely impacted


  • Advocate for programs, services, funding, and other supports to address population-specific needs


The Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling (FCCG) is committed to increasing public awareness about problem and compulsive gambling. The FCCG provides referral services and support to residents in need of assistance with a gambling addiction, as well as to professionals and others servicing this population.

" The FCCG's primary mission is to increase public awareness about gambling addiction and to furnish support to persons in need of assistance."

Under contract with State government, the FCCG:


  • Operates the State’s confidential 24-hour multilingual HelpLine (888-ADMIT-IT)


  • Develops and conducts prevention, education, and outreach programs


  • Designs and presents professional training opportunities


  • Trains medical and other health care practitioners to assess and treat


  • Offers resource development services


  • Sponsors and conducts research


  • Represents the public before government and other policymaking authorities


  • Works with legal authorities and law enforcement on gambling-related cases


  • Oversees a Speakers Bureau and a Peer Connect program


Thankfully, help is available and gambling addiction can be treated if recognized. If you need assistance, contact our 24 hour, confidential Helpline 888-ADMIT-IT (888-236-4848) for resources and support.

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