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Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling

The Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling was formed in 1983 as a nonprofit health organization focused on providing assistance, education and resources to problem gamblers and their families in Massachusetts. The Council works to bring attention and greater understanding to the issue while offering an array of services.

Address
190 High Street
Suite 5
Boston, Massachusetts 02110-3046
United States

Main Phone:
(617) 426-4554
Fax:
(617) 426-4555

Website:

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Personnel
 
Kevin M. Grant
President
 
Nancy Cummings
Director
 
Steve Janssen
Clerk
 
Lisa Dube
Director
 
Marlene D. Warner
Executive Director
 
Pierre Gabriel
Director
 
Brianne Tolson
Community Relations Manager
 
Rodney Hoffman
Director
 
La Tanya Arnold
Development and Communications Coordinator
 
Martha T. Kane
Director
 
Philip S. Kopel
Research and Data Director
 
Bob Melia
Director
 
Amanda Winters
Prevention Manager
 
Paul Sternburg
Director
 
Jodie A. Nealley
Intervention and Recovery Support Coordinator
 
Eric M. Turner
Director
 
Amanda Poggenburg
Program Specialist, Prevention and Recovery
Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling News
NCPG reintroduces bipartisan Gambling Addiction Prevention Act of 2019
9 Jul 2019
The updated act would require the Department of Defense to develop policies and programs to prevent and treat gambling problems, in coordination with the Department’s other behavioral health efforts. read more »

NCPG announces results of Board of Directors election
28 Jun 2019
Returning to the board for a second term are Carolyn Hawley of Virginia and Chelsea Turner of Connecticut. read more »

AGA hosts Responsible Gaming Education Week event in Boston
9 Aug 2018
The event highlighted AGA’s updated Code of Conduct, the Responsible Gaming Collaborative and the inroads Massachusetts has made prioritizing innovative and expansive responsible gaming initiatives. read more »

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