Greene County Problem Gambling Webinar – Co-Occurring Disorders

20jun10:00 am11:00 amGreene County Problem Gambling Webinar – Co-Occurring Disorders


June 20, 2024 10:00 am - 11:00 am(GMT-11:00)

Event Details

A FREE webinar offered by the Greene County Drug & Alcohol Program

Greene County Problem Gambling Webinar –
Co-Occurring Disorders: Gambling, Mental Health & Substance Use

Today, more people have access to, and are participating in, gambling activities than ever before. While the majority of the population is able to gamble without developing any issues, there are a small percentage of people who are unable to maintain responsible levels of play. Unfortunately for these individuals, this often progresses to a point where several areas of their lives are impacted in a negative way.

During this program participants will learn about the problem and how it develops, the overlap between gambling, mental health and substance use disorders, and what resources are available in Pennsylvania.



  • Josh Ercole, Executive Director, CCGP


Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will:

    • Identify connection between gambling disorder, mental health issues and substance use disorders
    • Become familiar with gambling and factors included in the development of problematic gambling
    • Have awareness of screening tools and available local and regional resources


Continuing Education

This live program has been approved by the International Gambling Counselor Certification Board – attendees who complete the live webinar will be eligible to receive 1.0 hours of credit

Cost for IGCCB CEs – No Cost


Please note – CE’s will only be awarded to those attendees who participate in the complete program – no partial CE’s will be awarded. CE’s apply to live program only – CE’s will not be made available to anyone viewing a recording of the program. CE’s will only be awarded to those who register and log in to the zoom event using their names on a computer/tablet – phone numbers will not be recognized. CE’s will not be awarded for duplicate programs.



For more information, or to register for this webinar, please click HERE

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