If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, call 1-800-GAMBLE-5 (1-800-426-2535) 24 hours a day.

March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month!

Training Opportunities- There are 3 Stakes are High trainings avialable (Madison, Manitowoc, EauClaire) and Phase 1-4 Training Program offered at Concordia University

Moraine Park Technical College is offering a 3 credit course, Intro to Problem Gambling 1. Read more.

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Stand Up In March For Help For Problem Gambling

03.15.17KEITH WHYTE

Have the conversation with your elected officials and bring help and hope to problem gamblers

One of the most important things you can do during Problem Gambling Awareness Month in March is to advocate for services to help people with gambling problems throughout the year.  Advocacy is essential as while the vast majority of Americans gamble without significant consequences at least six million people will experience serious problems with their gambling.  And the impact will be felt by their families, colleagues and others in society.  However, gambling addiction too often is not seen as a public policy issue, but rather as a personal or individual problem.  For specific advocacy action items click here:  PGAM NCPG Press Release Week 3 National Advocacy

 

The WCPG & Drug Free Communities of Fond du Lac County present:
"Start the Conversation" 5K Run/Walk 
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Problem Gambling Research

News Release:

Fundraisers:

  • WCPG is selling Kwik Trip Gas & Gift Cards and Car Wash Cards. If you are interested contact the WCPG office at 920-437-8888.
  • Support the WCPG by shopping on Amazon Smile and choosing Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling as your charitable organization.

Why should you talk to your kids/students about problem gambling?

Check out our Outreach tab for more information on youth gambling.

 

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