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MNAPG has a seat at the table to help ensure that the concerns of problem gamblers, their families and treatment professionals are represented.READ MORE
New ways of addressing problem gambling emphasize responsible participation, early intervention and a proactive approach.READ MORE
Susan Sheridan Tucker provides a breakdown of the pre-conference sessions provided by the National Council on Problem Gambling on June 8-9. READ MORE
As the pandemic turns endemic, MNAPG has had more opportunity to do in-person outreach. Here’s a look at some of the recent efforts undertaken by Sonja Mertz, MNAPG’s community educator, and Susan Sheridan Tucker, MNAPG’s executive director. READ MORE
Melanie returned to GA after losing her job, experiencing depressions and attending treatment for her gambling. She learned that she can find hope and meaning from the most unlikely of sources and lives a gambling-free life today. READ MORE
The NCPG has entered into a six-year license agreement with the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, Inc. for the use of their 1-800-GAMBLER® federally registered service mark in all U.S. states outside of New Jersey, as well as all U.S. territories and the District of Columbia. READ MORE