For the 14th year, the Oregon Council on Problem Gambling dedicates March to helping people ”have the conversation” about problem gambling.
”Problem Gambling directly affects approximately 2.6 percent of adult Oregonians yet it remains largely not talked about,” said Oregon Council on Problem Gambling Executive Director Thomas Moore. ”That's why we participate in the National Council on Problem Gambling 'Have the conversation' campaign to help raise awareness of this addiction and the prevention, treatment and recovery services available for those adversely affected by gambling.”
National Problem Gambling Awareness . . .

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