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Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling (CCPG)

Founded in 1980, the Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling (CCPG) is a nonprofit organization affiliated with the National Council on Problem Gambling. This group seeks to address the dangers and prevalence of problem and compulsive gambling in the state of Connecticut. CCPG's programs include education, research, professional training and referrals for treatment.

16 West Main Street
Clinton, Connecticut 06413-2057
United States

Main Phone:
(860) 664-3996


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Past Events
Willie Coleman
Scott Guay
Vice President
Jennifer Santengelo
Office Assistant
Donna Zaharevitz
Judicial Liaison and Recovery Coach
Laura Lillian Best
Rita Shair
Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling (CCPG) News Group announces finalists for 2022 American Gambling Awards
17 Oct 2022
The nominations will now be evaluated by one of the most distinguished panels of expert judges the industry has seen, all of whom have United States-specific online gambling industry experience. read more »

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