We have many resources to get you or a loved one the help they need to deal with a gambling problem.

Counseling


The Outreach Foundation has a professional counselor on staff to help those in need
Ms. Frogner-Olsen works primarily with women in recovery and identifies specific issues women often face which may enhance a gambling problem. Such issues identified are grief and/or loss, divorce, stress, 'empty nest syndrome', and a myriad of social-economical situations that often concern women specifically. She is dedicated to fostering a healthy environment by empowering women to pursue their own goals and personal development and to take responsibility for self.
She also carries a paralegal degree working with addictive legal matters, and is aware of the toll legal matters may take on the Compulsive Gambler and their families. Ms. Frogner-Olsen finds it imperative to provide a complete and holistic assessment of the Compulsive Gambler and to make accurate, ethical and reasonable recommendations to possible court systems; Judges, Parole Officers, Probation Officers and Attorneys.
This initial assessment is one of the most important steps a Compulsive Gambler can take, often setting the course through the judical system as well as setting a course of treatment and recovery.
Ms. Frogner-Olsen values human diversity and works with all Problem and Compulsive Gamblers and their families with compassion and respect.

JOELLYN B. OLSEN

  • Certified Problem and Compulsive Gambling Counselor
  • Certified Alcohol and other Drug Abuse Counselor
  • Paralegal-specializing in Addictive Legal Matters


With almost 15 years working with addictions and addictive legal matters, Ms. Olsen is committed to serving Compulsive Gamblers and their families by enhancing the mental health and well being along with specializing in legal matters that the Compulsive Gambler may face during recovery.

Ms. Olsen works primarily with women in recovery and identifies specific issues women often face which may enhance a gambling problem. Such issues identified are grief and/or loss, divorce, stress, 'empty nest syndrome', and a myriad of social-economical situations that often concern women specifically. She is dedicated to fostering a healthy environment by empowering women to pursue their own goals and personal development and to take responsibility for self.

She also carries a paralegal degree working with addictive legal matters, and is aware of the toll legal matters may take on the Compulsive Gambler and their families. Ms. Olsen finds it imperative to provide a complete and holistic assessment of the Compulsive Gambler and to make accurate, ethical and reasonable recommendations to possible court systems; Judges, Parole Officers, Probation Officers and Attorneys.

This initial assessment is one of the most important steps a Compulsive Gambler can take, often setting the course through the judicial system as well as setting a course of treatment and recovery.

Ms. Olsen values human diversity and works with all Problem and Compulsive Gamblers and their families with compassion and respect.