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november, 2017

15 - 17nov

New York Council on Problem Gambling Annual Conference

Time

15 (Wednesday) - 17 (Friday)

Location

Albany Marriott

189 Wolf Road, Albany, NY 12205

Event Details

The New York Council on Problem Gambling presents…

READINESS AND COLLABORATION IN A TIME OF CHANGE

Each year the New York Council on Problem Gambling seeks to bring together researchers, legislators, counselors and other problem gambling experts from all over the world to increase the knowledge of NYS professionals and bring focus to this devastating disorder. With focuses on prevention, treatment and recovery, this conference provides diversified training and is valuable for a variety of professions. Additionally, NYCPG seeks to provide a strong focus on increasing awareness that treatment works and recovery IS possible.

Whether you’re an individual, family member, probation officer, school counselor, or other human services professional, you will find our keynote speakers and workshops relevant. The NYCPG Annual Conference is the only problem gambling conference in NYS and one of the most well attended problem gambling conferences nationwide.

 

November 16 – 17, 2017

PreConference – November 15th

 

LOCATION:

Albany Marriott

189 Wolf Road, Albany, NY 12205

 

For more information, including how to register, please click HERE

Sponsor

NY Council on Problem Gambling

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