Problem Gambling Programs

Do you or someone you love have a gambling problem? There is help available.

Problem Gambling Treatment Services Program

The Problem Gambling Prevention and Treatment Services Program is a multi-purpose program designed to increase knowledge about problem and/or pathological gambling for those persons at risk, their families, and the general community; to identify and assess those with problem and/or pathological gambling conditions and provide outpatient treatment services if needed; and to continually assess regional needs and coordinate outreach activities for potential service recipients. Services are provided in person or through tele-health.

For more information, visit:

Or contact:
Dr. James Whelan, Executive Director, The Gambling Clinic
University of Memphis, Department of Psychology
(901) 678-3736

Tennessee REDLINE: 800-889-9789 (Call or Text)

The Tennessee REDLINE is a 24-hour hotline that can make referrals for people and families seeking problem gambling and gambling addiction services.

For more information, contact:
Linda McCorkle
Director of Treatment and Recovery Services


Donathan Knowles
Program Manager
(615) 927-1161

2023 Tennessee Sports Gaming Act Annual Report