Responsible Gaming

Gold Country Casino and Hotel understands that some adults may be compulsive gamblers. We take the issue of responsible gaming very seriously. We encourage all patrons to enjoy themselves while staying within their own limits. The information and contact lists on this page are for the purpose of understanding responsible gaming and to aid you in finding the help you need if you feel you think you may have a problem with gambling.

Compulsive Gambling

Gold Country Casino and Hotel wants our guests to remain healthy so we can enjoy your company when you are looking for entertainment. Here is some information to help you identify whether you are a compulsive gambler: compulsive gambling is an illness, progressive in its nature, with no cure, but it can be managed. It is a person whose gambling has caused disruptions in any major area of life: psychological, physical, social or vocational. Some characteristics of a compulsive gambler are the inability and unwillingness to stop gambling, a need to bet more money more frequently, restlessness or irritability when attempting to stop gaming. A compulsive gambler also can have increasing financial, work and/or relationship difficulties as a result of gaming activities.

Voluntarily Withdrawal from Our Establishment

Gold Country Casino and Hotel encourages you to request, at any time, to be removed from any promotional mailings and for revocation of casino-specific privileges, such as access to our establishment, Gold Experience Club, check cashing privileges & special player events. If you choose to have any of your privileges revoked, please contact one of our Floor Managers and they will assist you.

Finding Help

Gamblers Anonymous www.gamblersanonymous.org
Northern California Hotline Number:
1-855-222-5542

California Department of Public Health www.problemgambling.ca.gov
1-800-GAMBLER or 1-800-426-2537

The National Council on Problem Gambling www.ncpgambling.org
National Hotline: 1-800-522-4700