Gambling addiction affects people all over the world regardless of their age, ethnicity or income. In Latino communities, problem gambling causes serious consequences for many individuals who are reluctant to seek treatment and support. We need to raise awareness of problem gambling within Latino communities, and make sure people know that resources are available to… Read more »
On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, a majority of New York state voters approved a constitutional amendment allowing up to seven commercially operated casinos to be operated. The first four casinos are expected to open in three upstate NY locations including the Catskills, the Capital Region and the Southern Tier. As new opportunities to gamble will… Read more »
Though there are still a few weeks of March Madness ahead of us, the 2014 National Problem Gambling Awareness Month is nearing its end. We are inspired by the work that has been done to raise awareness about gambling addiction.
Problem gambling is a worldwide issue, and organizations are working hard to raise awareness. Find out how you can educate others about gambling addiction.
Find out more about 2014’s National Problem Gambling Awareness Month (NPGAM) and what you can do to help raise awareness about gambling addiction.
KnowTheOdds and the New York Council on Problem Gambling wish everyone happy holidays as 2013 comes to an end.