Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling

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Statewide Calendar of Events

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Join Us for CCPG’s 19th Annual Conference on Thursday, October 20th from 8:30AM – 5:00PM at the Hilton Garden Inn at 85 Glastonbury Boulevard Glastonbury, Connecticut, 06033.

The Lure of Loot: Gambling and Manipulative Design in Youth Video Games

Wednesday, October 5th

12:00 – 1:30 PM ET via Zoom

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Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling’s 19th Annual Conference

Thursday, October 20th 

8:30AM – 5:00PM at the Hilton Garden Inn at 85 Glastonbury Boulevard Glastonbury, Connecticut, 06033

Loot Boxes & Skins: Gambling or Just Part of the Game?

Monday, October 24th

6:30PM to 8:30PM via Zoom

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Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion – 3-Part Training Series!

This training series is intended for everyone regardless of position, to help establish a more inclusive community
and better interaction with others as it relates to the work of gambling prevention, treatment, and recovery.

Understanding the Foundations of Bias

Tuesday, November 1st

1:00PM to 2:30PM via Zoom

 

Privilege: Where I Have it and Where I Don’t!

Tuesday, November 8th

1:00PM to 2:30PM via Zoom

Micro-Inequities and How to Interrupt Bias

Tuesday, November 15th

1:00PM to 2:30PM via Zoom

 

Registration is open until October 29th.  Contact Haley Brown, CPS, DMHAS, PGS Prevention Coordinator at haley.brown@ct.gov to register or for questions.

Please visit www.gamblingawarenessct.org for other upcoming events/training opportunities.

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ABOUT US

The Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling (CCPG) does not advocate for or against gambling but is committed to working with all stakeholders to help individuals and families impacted by gambling related harms.

CCPG provides Connecticut’s only 24-hour Problem Gambling Helpline, offering support via phone, chat, and text. CCPG also implements advocacy, prevention, outreach, and education programs serving students, veterans, and other at-risk populations.

Together We Can Make A Difference

The Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling is a private, not-for-profit organization affiliated with the National Council on Problem Gambling.
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A VOICE FOR YOU

CCPG serves as a voice for many individuals and families impacted by gambling related harms through our advocacy efforts.

A COMPASSIONATE EAR TO LISTEN

A COMPASSIONATE EAR TO LISTEN

We provide free, immediate support and referral assistance, to those who’s gambling maybe causing a negative effect in their lives, family members and others seeking information about available resources.

SPREADING THE WORD

SPreading the word

We create outreach and training programs on problem gambling to increase knowledge among providers to offer more effective treatment practices and further program development.

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HELP US HELP OTHERS

To carry out our mission to increase the availability of services for those impacted by gambling related harms we need your help and support.

Problem Gambling

Resources: We are proud to work with our many partners to provide help and resources for individuals, family members and communities impacted by gambling related problems. Here you’ll find the links to treatment programs, support groups, and the forms that can enable you to voluntarily self-exclude from gambling offerings, if you so choose.

ADVOCACY

The CCPG serves as a voice for many individuals and families impacted by gambling related harms. As a result, CCPG plays an active role in ensuring that problem gambling is included as a factor in all debates around gambling and gambling expansion. We also seek to educate about and advocate for policies that will help to reduce the risks to those who may be affected negatively by gambling and provide support, resources and referrals.

Our Affiliates

The Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling (CCPG) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization affiliated with the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) and a preferred provider of the International Gambling Counselor Certification Board (IGCCB).