Information for Educators
Find a Speaker
The NCPGP provides trained clinicians, peer support specialists and recovery ambassadors throughout the state who are available to make presentations on topics relating to problem gambling.
A few examples of training topics include:
- Understanding problem gambling and resources
- Youth problem gambling prevention
- Family impact of problem gambling
- Athletes and problem gambling
- You are not required to have a current prevention program grant to request a speaker. Contact the NCPGP prevention coordinator to schedule your presentation, at no cost.
The NCPGP library has materials that can be distributed at no cost to help communities and organizations understand and address the impact of problem gambling.
In addition, the program is available for conferences and events to educate clinicians, educators and communities regarding problem gambling prevention and treatment services.
Problem Gambling Awareness Month
March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month (PGAM). This initiative is driven by the National Council on Problem Gambling.
A media kit has been developed and can be distributed upon request by the middle of February of each year. This kit includes information to post on social media and in electronic newsletters.