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Problem Gambling Awareness Month


Problem Gambling Awareness Month

Problem Gambling Awareness Month, observed in March, raises awareness about problem gambling. The goal of Problem Gambling Awareness Month is to educate the public and healthcare professionals about the warning signs of problem gambling. It also serves to inform the public about the availability of help and hope, both locally and nationally.

Most people who gamble can do so safely, and without difficulty. However, gambling is not a risk-free activity. When gambling in excess, the onset of an addiction can result in serious to severe short and long-term consequences. In addition to affecting an individual's home life, financial status, career, education, social relationships, and physical or emotional health, gambling problems also impact those closest to the gambler.

Problem Gambling Awareness Month Sponsor: National Council on Problem Gambling
To learn more, visit http://www.ncpgambling.org

Earlier Event: February 28
Self-Injury Awareness Day
Later Event: March 2
Day of Unplugging