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The Missouri Alliance to Curb Problem Gambling has a number of television and radio public service announcements (PSAs) available to help build awareness of Missouri's problem gambling help line, 1-888-BETSOFF, and the risk factors and warning signs of problem gambling.

The Alliance also has been fortunate to receive assistance from some celebrities in helping to build this awareness. Country music legends Crystal Gale and Wynonna Judd have lent their talent to help with the Alliance's awareness efforts, as well as the Kansas City rhythm-and-blues band Bloodstone.

For more information about the Alliance's PSAs, please e-mail betsoff@molottery.com.

Radio PSA
Play Radio PSA - "All In"

Play Radio PSA - "Numbers"

Play Radio PSA - "Sports Fan"

Play Radio PSA by Wynonna Judd.
Video PSA
Franzese PSA.
Play Video PSA by Michael Franzese
Golden Years PSA. Numbers PSA.
Play Video PSA - "Golden Years" Play Video PSA - "Numbers"
Bloodstone.
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by Bloodstone.
Play Video PSA
by Crystal Gale.


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Compulsive gambling is a behavior disorder in which an individual has an uncontrollable preoccupation and urge to gamble. This results in excessive gambling, the outcome of which is loss of time and money.

The gambling reaches the point at which it compromises, disrupts or destroys the gambler's personal life, family relationships or vocational pursuits. The key signs are emotional dependence on gambling, loss of control and interference with normal functioning.