Parents: Talk with your teens.

Youth who gamble are more likely to use alcohol, nicotine, and other drugs. Talk with them to help them stay on track.

Seeking Executive Director

Oregon Council on Problem Gambling is seeking a 0.5 FTE Executive Director position to work remotely. 

Connections: The Podcast

Connections: Healthy Gaming & Gambling” – A collaboration of Evergreen & Oregon Councils

2020-2022 STRATEGIC PLAN

Oregon Council on Problem Gambling’s 2020-2022 strategic plan

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GAMBLING & PROBLEM GAMBLING IN OREGON

Info, issues & what Oregon is doing to help.


Now: Hearing on "Future of Gambling in Oregon" with invited testimony from OCPG board member Dr. Jeff Marotta, Voices of Problem Gambling Recovery's Kitty Martz, & @BridgewayRS director Tim Murphy. https://t.co/8SRLyLfKMQ

We're hiring! OCPG is seeking a new Executive Director for a .5 FTE position to work remotely. A great opportunity to lead an organization with an excellent mission & partners! For more information & to apply: https://t.co/6EIDVd281P @NCPGambling

👇🔊 Take a walk or drive with @TanaRWSCGC and @julhynes as they talk about the latest trends in gaming & gambling. Also featured: Marshmallow Peeps. https://t.co/oCFybLs10l
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S2E3 of #ConnectionsPodcast is out. Julie and Tana discuss the current trends in gaming and gambling convergence, including loot boxes and other monetization strategies within video games—all while hungry. https://t.co/YSROEXndHz https://t.co/Tz2fjMeoKd

“It’s concerning…that the Oregon Racing Commission has already moved to a mobile slot machine platform without any consultation with tribes, evaluation on affected communities, or broader public input." Dan Courtney, Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe https://t.co/7ZElTAvGCx

“Everyone is keeping such a close eye on the lottery, no one was looking over at the other corner of the internet where these historic horse racing machines came online. A lot of people don’t even know these things exist.” @julhynes https://t.co/7ZElTAvGCx

SIGNS & IMPACTS OF PROBLEM GAMBLING

Not all gambling is problem gambling. Info about key signs and effects of a problem. 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Isn’t problem gambling just a money problem? Who gets gambling problems? Answers to these questions and more.