Problem Gambling Awareness Project University of Oregon

| February 5, 2013

About the project

The Problem Gambling Awareness Project (PGAP) at University of Oregon ran from Fall 2008 to Spring 2010 and was a collaboration of Lane County Prevention Program at Health & Human Services & the Substance Abuse Prevention Program (SAPP) at University of Oregon.

The foundation for the project was a 2007 survey of over 400 University of Oregon students. The project is complete, with a final online survey conducted in June 2010 [click for report]. PGAP was coordinated by Navit Parker, a then-student at UO and current program coordinator of SAPP. The grant was written and managed by the Lane County Problem Gambling Prevention Coordinator at Health & Human Services.

For a detailed description of PGAP's 2009-10 project & goals, click here.

For a presentation format about the project, click here.

College Problem Gambling Brochure


Julie Hynes, Problem Gambling Prevention Coordinator
Lane County Public Health
541.682.3928 | [email protected]

PGAP links

Other links

Category: College Gambling

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