The Gambling Commission has developed a process where a person with a gambling problem or gambling disorder can submit a single form and voluntarily exclude themselves from all non-tribal casinos statewide. Tribal casinos may also participate in this statewide self-exclusion program. Please monitor this page for participating tribal casinos.
Individuals who want to self-exclude will need to complete the Self-Exclusion form you can download by clicking the link below.
The form includes instructions that must be followed to formally exclude the person including the time selected to self-exclude.
Currently, the WSGC office is not open to the public and a scheduled appointment is required to enroll in person. Please bring proof of identity - a valid driver's license, government-issued ID with name, photograph, and date of birth, or valid passport.
This link provides a downloadable and printable copy of the Healthcare Authority's approved rack card for display and distribution in house-banked cardrooms. The Problem Gambling page of the Gambling Commission's website also lists additional resources for persons with gambling problems and gambling disorder treatment programs. Problem Gambling Resources
The transmittal form is only for use by house-banked cardrooms to transmit confiscated funds to the Washington State Health Care Authority’s Problem Gambling account in accordance with RCW 9.46.071 and WAC 230-23-030.
If you have any questions please contact Self-Exclusion Administrator, Rashida Robbins at (800)-345-2529, 360-252-9953, or Rashida.firstname.lastname@example.org