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SOS JOUEURS

PMU is determined to offer all its customers a comfortable and fun betting experience. Since 2003, alongside SOS Joueurs, it has committed to promoting Responsible Gambling, so that gambling remains a pleasure. SOS Joueurs is a non-profit organisation that aims to help gamblers in need, along with their families. The association includes:

• A centre for the treatment and prevention of pathological gambling

• A permanent support service for gamblers in need, as well as their families and friends

• A variety of action-based initiatives

• Discussion groups • The intervention of specialists (in the legal, psychological and social fields), subject to professional secrecy.

You can visit their website: www.sos-joueurs.eu or call them on +33 (0)9 69 39 55 12 (French local call equivalent number).

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IFAC (FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF BEHAVIOURAL ADDICTIONS)

The unique partnership between Nantes University Hospital and Pari Mutuel Urbain (PMU) since 2008 has enabled the creation of CRJE (Reference Centre on Problem Gambling) and the development of IFAC (Federal Institute of Behavioural Addictions). IFAC conducts quality scientific research designed to better understand behavioural addictions, in order to better prevent and treat them. This unit also offers customised, constantly updated training programmes. Finally, it informs and educates by providing documentation and being active on social networks and its own website.

Manager: Dr Marie Grall-Bronnec
IFAC- CHU de Nantes
Tél. : +33 (0)2 40 84 76 20
www.ifac-addictions.fr

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E-ENFANCE

E-enfance is an association working to help children get the most out of new technologies: the Internet, mobile telephones and video games. It is recognised as a public utility association pursuing a mission of general interest, raising awareness among parents about the risks of the Internet and providing them with advice. PMU supports the initiatives carried out by e-enfance, including the launch of the national online helpline for youth protection on the Internet, NET ECOUTE 0820 200 000, supported by the European Union.

Association e-enfance
57, avenue Paul Doumer
75 116 Paris
Tel.: +33 (0)1 56 91 56 56
www.e-enfance.org