40th Anniversary Conference Agenda

Our 40th Anniversary Conference will bring together mental and public health professionals as well as educators, students, people in recovery, community advocates, policymakers and industry representatives to raise awareness of problem gambling, discover emerging trends, collaborate, and share resources. We’re pleased to announce our conference agenda, complete with presenters and presentations. We hope you’ll join…

40th Anniversary Conference Sponsorship Opportunities

Now more than ever, gambling and gaming disorder are affecting Connecticut residents as we spend more time online due to the COVID-related quarantines. With the possible expansion of legal gambling options reaching new levels in scope and diversity, we invite you to our 40th Anniversary Annual Conference to learn how we can help ensure that Connecticut puts…

40th Anniversary Conference Registration is now LIVE!

At the Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling’s 40th Anniversary Conference, we’ll continue to explore the ever-changing field of problem gambling, highlighting emerging trends and best practices in addressing at-risk and priority populations. ADVOCACY & AWARENESS Chris Hansford (Consumers For Digital Fairness) & Art Mongillo (CCPG) will look at how the rapidly changing landscape of gambling has affected advocacy…

CCPG 40th Anniversary Conference Change of Date & Now Online!

Want to learn more about our upcoming 40th Anniversary Conference and membership in the CCPG? Please join us on Wednesday, September 30, at 12:00pm EST for a Q&A with CCPG staff. You’ll learn all about the conference, including topics and presenters. We’ll also be sharing new membership opportunities & benefits, including FREE registration to our…

Personal Financial Strategies for the Loved Ones of Problem Gamblers

Financial issues are often the first outward sign of problem gambling. When a person loses control of their gambling, they will continue to spend increasingly larger amounts of money attempting to win back their losses (and often without success). Financial consequences of problem gambling include: Overdue bills Maxed out credit cards / Denial of credit…