If they're not smoking, drinking, or using drugs, what's
the big deal with a little betting?
Heard your students talking a lot about poker? Seen them
exchanging cash over the big game?
With the increasing availability, accessibility, and
acceptability of gambling, more young people are gambling than
ever. What may seem like harmless fun can actually develop into a
serious problem for some people.
As educators, you can play an important role in the
prevention of problem gambling behaviors.
How we can support you - and NOT add extra
Problem gambling prevention efforts are meant to supplement your
current classroom activities - not to add more work for you.
Here are some things we can offer you:
Three key points you need to know about youth
Why should I be concerned about my
Contact us for more information or to schedule a
presentation for your classroom!
Andrea Rathsack, Outreach Coordinator
Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling
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public awareness, and education on gambling disorders while
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