Voluntary Self-Exclusion Program
The statewide VSE program allows individuals to voluntarily exclude from the gaming floor of all Massachusetts casinos for a pre-determined length of time: six months, one year, three years, five years or a lifetime.
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The Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s Office of Problem Gambling Services and the Suicide Prevention Program announced the launch of their online gambling screening tool with screening for Mental Health, a service of Riverside Community Care. This is a great resource aimed to strengthen the individual, family, and community connectedness of working-age men in Massachusetts.
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Welcome to the Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling
We understand the problem. We can help.
Founded in 1983, the Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling is a private, non-profit public health agency. We advocate for responsible gaming and gambling practices and services for those affected by gambling. We aim to reduce the impacts of gambling disorder and strive to make gambling healthy and safe for the people of Massachusetts. We are neither for nor against legalized gambling. We accomplish our mission through education, advocacy, and by providing resources. We serve people who gamble, their families, caregivers, and the community at large.
The Blurring Lines of Youth Gaming and Gambling: Implications for the Public Health Field (Julie Hynes, MA, CPS)
Brockton, MA -- Thank you for attending the training! Resources are below. Please feel free to reach out anytime to Julie Hynes (email@example.com). Partner alert: Yale's Dr. Mark Potenza will be on "ScreenTime: Diane Sawyer Reporting" on Friday, 5/3 at 8PM....
Statement from the Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling on Ruling Allowing Wynn Resorts to Maintain Casino License
For Immediate Release: Media Contact: Phil Sherwood firstname.lastname@example.org 617-426-4554, Ext 2 or 603-229-9891 May 1, 2019 Statement from the “Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling” on Ruling Allowing Wynn Resorts to Maintain Casino License Boston, MA—Executive...
Boston, MA—The Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling (Mass. Council) strongly urges Governor Charlie Baker and the Mass. State Legislature to include safeguards in any sports gambling legislation against the potential negative consequences that may result.