We’d like to express our sincerest appreciation and gratitude to both our new and returning guests for joining us, and to our team members for persevering in these very difficult times.
We recognize that the pandemic has impacted all of us in different ways. These include not only concerns for personal, family and community health related to the novel coronavirus, but also for the measures we all have needed to take to help keep ourselves and others safe.
During this time, many have experienced loss of financial security, and most have experienced additional stress related to physical isolation and disconnection from family, friends and coworkers caused by the need to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Sadly, some have also experienced the painful loss of a friend or loved one due to this virus.
Please be aware that these stressors are all potential risk factors for various mental health disorders, including gambling addiction.
We want you have the best experience possible during your stay with us. If you choose to gamble, please be sure you are gambling for entertainment, and not as a means to recoup financial loss or avoid emotional pain. Gamble only with money you can afford to lose and set your own personal limits of time and money – and stick to your plan.
If you have difficulty following these guidelines, or feel you may need assistance, the following resources are available to provide confidential information and assistance:
24 Hour Problem Gamblers HelpLine: 1-800-522-4700
National Suicide Prevention LifeLine: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)