The National Council on Problem Gambling is the only national nonprofit organization that seeks to minimize the economic and social costs associated with gambling addiction. NCPG is neutral on legalized gambling.
Gambling addiction Recovery, Investment and Treatment (GRIT) Act
The GRIT Act (S.3579 & H.R.6928) would set aside a portion of the federal sports excise tax revenue to fund programs for gambling addiction prevention, treatment and research.
Agility Grants Spring 2024 Application Now Open
Agility Grants funding will support the innovation and amplification of prevention programming by encouraging new activities, validating growing initiatives, expanding proven programming and more.
Problem Gambling Awareness Month
Problem Gambling Awareness Month is a nationwide grassroots campaign, held annually in March, that seeks to increase public awareness of problem gambling and promote prevention, treatment, and recovery services.
Ask Me Anything (AMA): Keith Whyte Live on r/problemgambling
NCPG will kick off Problem Gambling Awareness Month (PGAM) with a live Ask Me Anything on Reddit.
Join Executive Director Keith Whyte on March 1st, 2024 at 4:00 pm ET and ask him anything about problem gambling – including treatment, research, recovery, and changes in the problem gambling landscape post PASPA.
Visit r/problemgambling here.
4:00 PM ET
to 5:00 PM
March 1, 2024
Ask an Expert: How the Problem Gambling Network of Ohio Celebrates PGAM
Explore the Problem Gambling Awareness Month (PGAM) landscape at the state level with the Executive Director, Derek Longmeier, from the Problem Gambling Network of Ohio (PGNO). As a leading force in the state, PGNO actively collaborates with stakeholders year-round to elevate Ohio’s problem gambling service system through innovative approaches, advocacy, and support. Join us for an insightful discussion with Derek Longmeier to gain valuable insights into PGAM initiatives at PGNO and gather practical tips for implementing similar strategies in your organization.
1:00 PM ET
to 2:00 PM
March 12, 2024
National Council on Problem Gambling Promotes Responsible Gambling Tips Ahead of Super Bowl Amid Record-Breaking Sports Betting Participation
Washington, DC – As excitement builds for the upcoming Super Bowl and sports betting is an increasingly intertwined element of the...
The National Council on Problem Gambling has long believed that anyone who profits from gambling has an ethical and economic...
Agility Grants offer a unique opportunity for nonprofit organizations to make a positive impact in providing problem gambling prevention programming....
Public Awareness Resources
Resources to help NCPG partners and stakeholders raise awareness about problem gambling, strengthen advocacy efforts with data and widely promote the National Problem Gambling Helpline, 1-800-GAMBLER.
NCPG receives no federal or dedicated state-level funding. We rely on funding from members and donors to advance our mission.
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