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DMHAS Problem Gambling Services (PGS) division oversees state contracts for prevention (RBHAOs), treatment (Bettor Choice Treatment Programs) and integrated services (DiGIn).

 

Problem Gambling Services

Connecticut Valley Hospital

Vance Drive, Russell Hall, 1st Floor

Middletown, CT 06457

(860) 344-2244

Mission Statement

To provide a comprehensive network of consumer-oriented problem gambling recovery services for people of Connecticut and to foster an environment throughout the State that promotes informed choices around gambling behavior.

 

NEW RESOURCES:

The Gambling Awareness Youth Media Project is a partnership between Capitol Region Education Council (CREC), CT Council on Problem Gambling (CCPG) and DMHAS Problem Gambling Services (PGS), working with youth across the state to focus on gambling prevention. (July 2021)

Overview of Problem Gambling Services in Connecticut (video) (June 2021)

Overview of Problem Gambling Services in Connecticut (Spanish)

Problem Gambling Awareness and Youth Public Service Announcements

Gambling Guide for Youth and Families

Infographic: Problem Gambling Not Only Affects Your Wallet, It Can Affect Your Health, Too

Statewide Problem Gambling Service Locations
"Bettor Choice" Treatment Network
Regional Map - "Bettor Choice" Treatment Network

 

Bettor Choice: Stories of Help, Hope and Recovery
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Teens & Gambling
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Gambling & Older Adults
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Gambling & the
Criminal Justice System

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College Gambling
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Gambling &
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Video Gaming
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Gambling Expansion
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ONLINE TRAINING

If you are interested in learning more about gambling integration, financial considerations in working with problem and disordered gamblers, and treating persons affected by problem gambling, please view the three trainings below:

DMHAS Workforce Development Trainings

If you are a DMHAS state employee or work at a DMHAS-funded agency, you can take these trainings on the DMHAS Learning Management System (LMS) (https://ctlms-dmhas.ct.gov/) to receive social work or psychologist CEUs (please note that this is only for DMHAS state employees and DMHAS-funded agencies).

 

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