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The Problem Gambling Training Partnership aims to increase the number of mental health professionals trained in the assessment and treatment of gambling disorder.
PGTP brings together clinicians from various sectors of the mental health profession to develop a better understanding of what gambling disorder is, and how to better serve individuals and families experiencing gambling problems.
Learn more about the benefits of our program below:
Program Benefits & Details
The 2017 PGTP Conferences are free to attend; $5 CE administration fee applies to those looking for continuing education credit hours.
PGTP Conferences are approved for 14 Social Work Continuing Education Credit Hours, OASAS CASAC and CPP clock hours, and CRCC Credit Hours.
The NYS OASAS HOPEline provides referrals for those seeking problem gambling treatment services statewide and is often the first point of contact for someone who is seeking help.
Through the Problem Gambling Training Partnership, licensed professionals in the disciplines of Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Psychoanalysis may opt to become eligible to receive referrals for problem gambling through NYS OASAS.
Get Listed on the NYS Problem Gambling Referral List
Attendance at a Problem Gambling Training Partnership Conference is the first step in the process to become eligible to be listed on the NYS Problem Gambling Referral List.
Problem Gambling Treatment Referral List Eligibility and Requirements
Click to view the full list of Problem Gambling Treatment Referral List Eligibility and Requirements to find out how you may qualify.
Clinicians may begin the process of becoming part of the Problem Gambling Treatment Referral List by filling out this form and a representative will follow up with you regarding the eligibility process.
Why Our Program Matters
Problem gambling doesn’t just the affect the gambler, it can have devastating consequences for the people around them too. That’s why we need more trained treatment providers statewide. By completing this program, you can help to make the difference in the lives of many in your area. To see treatment providers currently located in an area near you, view this searchable list.
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