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      Rhode Island  Self  Exclusion

Self-Exclusion is a program that was developed in the 1990s that allows a person to request to be excluded from our property. An individual may opt to self-exclude themselves for one year, five years or permanently. Please click the link to download our self-exclusion form.

Please complete the application and bring it to our Security department (open 24/7). For more information please call 401.475.8220.

Foxwoods Casino

Self Exclusion

Foxwoods Resort Casino recognizes our responsibility in the prevention of problem gaming behavior to permanently self-exclude themselves from the property. Please click here to download our self exclusion form.

Complete the application and present it to the MPTN Commission Office for processing or mail to:MPTN Gaming Commission Chair 350 Trolley Line Boulevard, P.O. Box 3250 Mashantucket, CT 06338-3250

This form may either be completed at the Gaming Commission in the Rainmaker Casino or returned to the MPTN Gaming Commission notarized with one (1) passport size photograph or clear copy of driver license for identification purposes.

For more information, you can visit the Inspection Office located in the Great Cedar Casino, open 24 hours, 7 days a week or call:

               (860) 312-3091.

Mohegan Sun Casino

Self Exclusion

To place yourself on the Mohegan Sun voluntary self-exclusion list, click here to Download the self-exclusion form. The form must be notarized, and a photo ID must be provided. Please mail the completed form to,

Mohegan Sun Attn. Security 1 Mohegan Sun Blvd. Uncasville, CT 06382

Casino Self Exclusion

Exclusion for Online Gaming and Mobile Sports Wagering sites in Connecticut

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To place yourself on the voluntary self-exclusion list for ALL online gaming and mobile sports wagering in Connecticut, please visit the Department of Consumer Protection visit website at: Online Self Exclusion.

Massachusetts Exclusion

                  How do I enroll?

By phone: Calling the 24-hour Safer Gaming Education Line at 1-800-426-1234.

Online chat: Chat via the GameSense website, available 24 hours a day.

In-person: To schedule an appointment to enroll in the Massachusetts Voluntary Self-Exclusion Program, please contact the Massachusetts Gaming Commission at 617.533.9737 or by emailing Alternatively, you may visit any GameSense Info Center during casino operating hours without an appointment. Enrollment locations are:

  • GameSense Info Centers Located in Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor

  • Massachusetts Gaming Commission Located in Boston

  • Community-based Enrollment Our network of designated agents is made up of treatment providers and counselors who are trained in Massachusetts Voluntary Self Exclusion enrollment. Please click here to access the designated agent list.

  • Remote Enrollment Remote enrollment may be utilized by anyone who is unable to or is uncomfortable enrolling in-person at any of the above locations. A computer or mobile device with email access and video capabilities is required for this option. The enrollment form will be shared at the time of enrollment and may not be completed in advance.

At your appointment, you will connect with a professional who has been trained to handle requests for voluntary self-exclusion. They understand the difficult decision which you are making and will offer support to help you make a knowledgeable choice. During enrollment, you will need to show your government-issued identification, one that includes your signature and a photograph – e.g., a driver’s license, passport, or other identification. You will also sign the Voluntary Self-Exclusion Agreement and have your photograph taken.

Maine Exclusion

Self-exclusion for casinos and sports wagering is available online. How does it work?

First you contact AdCare’s Problem Gambling Services Coordinator, Lori Manson at (207) 626-3615 ext. 20 or to set up an appointment. Often, the service can be done right away if you contact Lori 9-5, Monday-Friday or another convenient time may be selected. Lori will email you a form which is fast and easy to fill out online. Then you will meet with Lori via Zoom to complete the process. If you’d like, Lori can also talk to you about additional problem gambling services that are available such as support groups, free online resources, and counseling services which may be provided at no cost if you can’t afford to pay.

Self-exclusion for casinos and sports wagering is also available in-person with trained staff at select community locations.

View and search the list of self-exclusion locations.

Casino Self Exclusion


Tips for the Exclusion List Sign Up Process:

  • Please have access to your email and your cell phone, to receive a one-time authentication code.

  • Please have ready a picture ID, as you will be asked to provide a Selfie and a picture of a photo ID. (Driver’s License, Passport, any ID that includes both your name and a photo.)

  • Please provide clear photos, in which your name and the photo are visible.

  • Please have available your Social Security number and Official Identification number. We accept Driver's License numbers, Passport numbers or State Identification numbers as official identifications.

  • If you are unable to provide these items to register, see below for a link to assistance.

Sign up for the self-exclusion list.


Remember, you can only remove yourself from the self-exclusion list once you've reached the end of your selected 1, 3 or 5 year exclusion period. If you select the lifetime option for self-exclusion, you will not be able to remove yourself from the list.

Has your self-exclusion period ended?

If you would like to remove yourself from the Self-Exclusion list, you can start the process now. Remember, you can only remove yourself from the self-exclusion list once you've reached the end of your selected 1, 3 or 5 year exclusion period. If you select the lifetime option for self-exclusion, you will not be able to remove yourself from the list.

For more information about responsible gaming please visit the Vermont Department of Mental Health website Problem Gambling Resources | Department of Mental Health (

Having trouble signing up for self-exclusion?

Email for help.

New York Gaming Self Exclusion



Individuals who recognize they may have a gambling problem may self-exclude from all gaming opportunities available in New York State.


How To

By completing and submitting the Request for Voluntary Self-Exclusion, an individual will be barred from gaming properties and applications, including but not limited to commercial casinos, sports wagering, video lottery facilities and the New York Lottery.

The notarized form with photograph should be mailed to: New York State Gaming Commission Director of Education & Community Relations PO Box 7500 Schenectady, New York 12301-7500

Individuals may also self-exclude at licensed gaming facilities across the state.



Finding a Notary Public

  • The New York Council on Problem Gambling offers complimentary electronic notary services: Email or call 518-903-0217 to learn more.

  • Most banks and other financial institutions offer free Notary services.



For additional questions regarding the Statewide Voluntary Self-Exclusion, email or call (518) 388-3365.

New Jersey Self Exclusion

       Self Exclusion Program

DGE SELF EXCLUSION HOTLINE                       1-833-788-4DGE

This phone line has been set up to assist you with signing up for the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement’s self-exclusion program. If you have a gambling problem or are seeking to obtain related resources and support, please call 1-800-Gambler.


“The Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey works collaboratively with the DGE to offer the self-exclusion program covering Internet as well as land based casino gambling. This can be a very valuable tool for individual’s struggling with problems as a result of their gambling.  Anyone signing up for the program can take advantage of a free consultation with one of the professionals in our network simply by calling 1-800-GAMBLER helpline, or contacting us through our website."– Felicia Grondin, MPA, CPM   Executive Director, The Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, Inc.

How do I place myself on the Self-Exclusion List for Atlantic City casino facilities, which includes Internet gaming activities or for Internet gaming activities only?

There are four methods to register for the New Jersey Self-Exclusion Program which includes self-exclusion from Atlantic City Casino and sports wagering facilities, New Jersey racetrack sports wagering facilities including internet and sports wagering activities or for internet gaming and sports wagering activities only.

Method 1: In Person or Video Conference – Self-exclusion from all casino gaming and Sports Wagering activities located in Atlantic City casinos AND Racetrack Sports Wagering Facilities AND from all Internet Gaming and Sports Wagering activities. Minimum self-exclusion periods are one year, five years or lifetime

Method 2: In Person or Video Conference – Self-exclusion from all Internet Gaming and Sports Wagering activities. Minimum self-exclusion periods are one year, five years or lifetime.

For inquiries regarding the Self-Exclusion Program or to make an appointment to sign up for the Self-Exclusion program you may call the Division of Gaming Enforcement located at:

Arcade Building Tennessee Ave. and Boardwalk Atlantic City, NJ 08401 1-833-788-4DGE

140 E. Front Street Trenton, NJ 08625 1-833-788-4DGE

You may also submit an application in person by visiting the offices of the New Jersey Racing Commission during operating hours.

Meadowlands Racetrack 50 Route 120 East Rutherford, NJ 07073 (201) 460-4065

Monmouth Park 175 Oceanport Ave. Oceanport, NJ 07757 (732) 222-7700

Freehold Raceway Route 9 & Business Route 33 Freehold, NJ 07728 (732) 462-9495New Jersey Racing Commission 140 E. Front Street Trenton, NJ 08625 (609) 292-0613

When you file your application, you will be required to provide picture identification and you will be photographed.

Method 3: Online – Self-exclusion from all Internet Gaming and Sports Wagering activities. Minimum self-exclusion periods are one year or five years. To complete your online registration for Self-Exclusion from all internet gaming activity click the registration button below

Method 4: Online Player Account – Self-exclusion from all Internet gaming activities including sports wagering with signup through your online player account. Minimum self-exclusion periods are one year or five years.

If you or anyone you know has a gambling problem, call 1-800-GAMBLER.


Self-exclusion from all Internet gaming activities. Minimum self-exclusion periods are one year or five years.

If the casino you wish to exclude from does not appear above or you need assistance with self exclusion please provide the following information and we will assist you with the appropriate information. Please specify the casino you want to exclude from or the assistance you need.

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If you need assistance with the exclusion process in any of the Northeast states please call the RICPG at 401-354-2877

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