Nevada Council on Problem Gambling Inc
Rating: 4.94 stars 17 17 reviews
5552 S. Fort Apache Rd. Suite 100 Las Vegas NV 89148 USA
Our mission is to generate Awareness, promote Education, and Advocate for quality treatment of problem gambling in Nevada.
Each year we assist more than 1,000 people who call our 24 Hr. Problem Gamblers HelpLine. Council staff and volunteers distribute resource information at health & wellness events and deliver problem gambling awareness presentations to employee groups and community agencies throughout Nevada.
reduce the impact of problem gambling
Geographic areas served:
24 hr. HelpLine Youth Prevention / Public Awareness Employee Awareness Training Speakers Bureau Annual State Conference on Problem Gambling
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The Nevada Council on Problem Gambling has guided my Northern Nevada problem gambling families to help at my non-profit, the Reno Problem Gambling Center, for the six years we have been operating and has helped hundreds of families around the state for decades. The Nevada Council has led the way in establishing and maintaining the best 24-hour help line for anyone needing an answer or urgent assistance, and has been the one place everyone can turn to for direction, data, support, advocacy, prevention, training, workforce development, guidance to Gamblers Anonymous and other resources and has led the way in the nation as the best state council dedicated to problem gambling in the entire country. I've been serving as an advisory member and now a Board member for nearly 10 years, and I know the dedication is the best any problem gambling family can hope for. Thank you, Nevada Council, and carry on!
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