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National Council on Problem Gambling

Founded in 1972, the NCPG strives to support and advocate for problem gamblers and their families while maintaining a neutral position on the legalization of gambling. The organization seeks the development of improved programs for those who deal with problem gambling.

Address
730 11th Street Northwest
Suite 601
Washington, District of Columbia 20001-4509
United States

Main Phone:
(202) 547-9204
Main Phone:
+65 635 481 54
Fax:
(202) 547-9206

Website:

Social Media:

Past Events
Personnel
 
Mark Farrell
Secretary
 
Maureen Greeley
Director
 
Ray Pineault
Treasurer
 
Rose Gruber
Director
 
Marlene Warner
Vice President
 
Wiley Harwell
Director
 
Amy Feinberg
Program Administrator
 
Nanette Horner
Director
 
Keith Whyte
Executive Director
 
Robert Jacobsen
Director
 
Barbara Rollins
Deputy Director
 
Ty Lostutter
Director
 
Lissa Cobetto
Operations Manager
 
Thomas Moore
Director
 
Birhanu Demissie
Accountant
 
Chip Polston
Director
 
Jerry Bauerkemper
Director
 
Marc Potenza
Director
 
Pat Fowler
Director
National Council on Problem Gambling News
NCPG issues Black History Month Proclamation
25 Feb 2021
The National Council on Problem Gambling under the leadership of their Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee and Board of Directors issued a proclamation for Black History Month. read more »

Patrick Willard joins NCPG as Director of Policy and Advocacy
11 Jan 2021
Willard will provide tools and strategies to educate policymakers on measures to address problem gambling and responsible gambling in state and federal laws. read more »

IGCCB to administer its Gambling Counselor Certification in 2021
21 Dec 2020
The National Council on Problem Gambling and the International Gambling Counselor Certification Board announced that IGCCB will assume full responsibility to administer all International Certified Gambling Counselor operations on 1 January 2021. read more »

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RT @NorthstarPG: Governor Tim Waltz has officially declared March 2021 as Problem Gambling Awareness Month in Minnesota. #OneMinnesota #Go
RT @TheKeithWhyte1: Its the 2nd week of Problem Gambling Awareness Month, please tweet & share #PGAM2021
We recommend that organizations participating in #PGAM2021 help inform viewers through local news coverage. For exa… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…