By STANLEY JORDAN
Join the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) and the New York Council on Problem Gambling (NYCPG) on July 15 and 16 in Tarrytown, New York for the 30th National Conference on Problem Gambling — 30 Years: Proud of Our Past, Planning Our Future!
NCPG is returning to its roots in New York where the first National Conference on Problem Gambling was held in 1985. NYCPG is proud to host the event which brings in expert speakers and presenters to cover a variety of pertinent subjects on the issues of problem gambling and responsible gaming. The New York State Gaming Commission will be leading a pre-conference workshop as well as a breakout session during the main conference.
“The NYCPG is honored to host the 30th National Council on Problem Gambling’s Conference,” said NYCPG Board of Director President Stephen Block. “We are pleased to reflect on our accomplishments that span over 30 years while at the same time planning for an exciting future and look forward to seeing participants from all over the world who will share their experience, strength and hope.”
The conference begins with two days of Pre-Conference workshops on July 13 and 14 covering assessment, ways to take care of the caretakers, networking strategies for counselors, stakeholder engagement, problem gambling and the Southeast Asian and Somali cultures, and improving helpline services. The Main Conference takes place on July 15 and 16.
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