Join us online
for 8 sessions – afternoon (ET)
June 16-17 & 23-24
July 14-15 & 21-22
The 2021 National Conference on Gambling Addiction and Responsible Gambling theme will recognize the pervasive effects of the pandemic. Its theme is ‘Embracing Change Together’ and all the conference activities will occur online. The pandemic has also caused changes in how people can seek and receive help, and ways that responsible gambling and prevention programs can best be delivered.
With this year being its 35th iteration, the conference is the oldest and largest annual national conference that brings together people from all facets of healthcare, research, government, and the many segments of the gambling industry. With top-notch national and international experts as speakers, as well as those who work on local and state levels, the conference is a unique resource for everyone who works in these fields, as well as those in recovery and concerned others. From tele-therapy to digital tools to insightful policy, the conference provides both detailed in-depth knowledge and cross-training opportunities.
Now more than ever, it is critical that we all work together to learn about new methods for prevention, treatment and responsible gambling as well as basics and continuing developments in the field.
Treatment | Recovery | Prevention | Community | Military & Veterans | Tribal | Sports Betting | Responsible Gambling & Regulation
We’ve seen an increasingly wide expansion of online gambling during the pandemic, including sports betting, iLottery, and social gambling, as well as various methods of cashless payment. We expect this to escalate as more state governments face budget shortfalls in the next two years. Protecting consumers who gamble, as well as their families, needs to be part of legislation, regulation and gambling company operations. Our conference is an important tool to increase knowledge, conversation and action on all these aspects, and thereby help mitigate harm.
July 14-15 and 21-22, 2021 (Weds. – Thurs.), from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm EDT
The Main-Conference will utilize online sessions only.
Please join us for the NCPG National Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, July 20 at 4:00 pm EDT, followed by breakout rooms where you may greet Award recipients and chat with other participants.
The online ceremony is free of charge and open to the public. To participate, click here to register (required). You will receive a personal email with access information.
June 16-17 and 23-24, 2021 (Weds. – Thurs.), from 12:00 pm to 4:30 pm EDT
The Seminars will utilize online sessions only.
NOTE: If you are interested in attending the conference through the NCPG Diversity in Leadership Scholarship Program, please click here to learn about the opportunity and criteria for consideration. Deadline to apply is June 7.
for informational purposes only, future registration fees subject to change
All 4 days
All 4 days
“Week of rate” on/after 7/7
All 4 days
|All 4 days|
Regular Rate Deadline 7/6
|“Week of rate” on/after 7/7|
(No CEUs awarded)
Template letter requesting employer approval to attend (coming soon)
Group prices – Main Conference Only
|EB Rate||Group Rate|
Regular Deadline 7/6
|% of members and nonmembers||promo % off of the regular rare|
|10% 3 – 9 per person||N/A||$317||10%||15%|
|20% 10 – 19 pp||N/A||$297||15%||21%|
|25% 20+ pp||N/A||$287||20%||23%|
Sponsors enjoy cost-effective visibility in the problem gambling and responsible gambling fields with significant exposure to peers, colleagues and competitors. Our recent in-person conferences garnered attendance of over 600 professionals from treatment, prevention, education, research, judicial, regulatory, legislative, and other fields, as well as the recovery community. And our 2020 conference was very close to that with 550. In addition, sponsorship can:
Click here for 2021 Sponsor levels and benefits.
SEE OUR CONFERENCE SPONSORS HERE!
Deadline: July 7, 2021 but some sponsor opportunities have benefits that are first-come, first-served – please review and sign up soon!
Please contact Barbara Rollins, Deputy Director for Advancement, for more information.