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Problem Gambling: Key Considerations for Behavioral Health Providers

| June 8, 2017
Problem Gambling: Key Considerations for Behavioral Health Providers

A training for Lane County Behavioral Health providers   Thank you for your time! The complete, “clickable” slide deck is below. Additional resources may be added following your questions and comments during the training. Questions? Feel free to touch base with Julie Hynes ([email protected]). Slide Deck   Additional Resources: www.opgr.org – Oregon Problem Gambling Resource Screening […]

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Online Safety – Tips for Parents and Educators

| June 5, 2017
Online Safety – Tips for Parents and Educators

What to do in this tech world when things seem to be moving at light speed? As much as things move quickly, our kids move along with the technology. We have to keep up to keep them safe.

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2017 Problem Gambling Awareness Month Middle School Art Search

| May 2, 2017
2017 Problem Gambling Awareness Month Middle School Art Search

2017 Art Search Thank you to all students who entered the 2017 Oregon Health Authority problem gambling awareness art search. A special congratulations to Lane County student, Keira Hynes of Monroe Middle School, for her award-winning poster that was selected to be featured in the 2018 problem gambling awareness calendar! Congratulations also to Mystery P. […]

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Changing the Way We Think About Addictions and Youth | Focus on the Future 2017

| April 28, 2017

Welcome! Thanks for being a part of the 2017 Focus on the Future – TOGETHER! Conference in Olympia. Following is a PORTION of the discussion from Julie Hynes, Cam Adair and Roger Fernandes’ panel, “Changing the Way We Think About Addictions and Youth.” We hope you find the materials here useful and relevant to your work. Questions? […]

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2017 Problem Gambling Awareness Month

| April 26, 2017
2017 Problem Gambling Awareness Month

March was Problem Gambling Awareness Month, but it’s never too late to “Have the Conversation!” Click here for middle school art search information Click here for youth/young adult video contest information   About Problem Gambling Awareness Month The U.S. highlights the issue of gambling disorders with National Problem Gambling Awareness Month throughout the month of March. A new Oregon study estimates that […]

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2017 Problem Gambling Awareness Month Video Contest

| April 23, 2017
2017 Problem Gambling Awareness Month Video Contest

The 2017 Youth Video Contest Official Results Thank you for your votes! We are excited to announce the top three videos, chosen by YOU! A BIG shout-out to Crow High School advisor Heather Hohnstein. While seven schools and 19 individuals entered the contest, ALL three of these top videos were created by Ms. Hohnstein’s students!! Click […]

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Media – Problem Gambling Prevention

| April 5, 2017

For more videos, see our video page. For Spanish media, see our site en español.  Radio Public Service Announcements – English Sports gambling / fantasy sports (30 sec., mp3) “More than Just Money”(30 sec.; mp3) “Increased Odds” (30 sec.; mp3) Youth Messages (mp3): Jasmin & Michael from Hamlin Middle School (60 sec.) Brandon & Samantha […]

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Growing App-etites: Emerging Gaming/Gambling Trends, Connections & Concerns – April 28, 2017 Training | Burlington, VT

| March 29, 2017
Growing App-etites: Emerging Gaming/Gambling Trends, Connections & Concerns – April 28, 2017 Training | Burlington, VT

Welcome! Thanks for being a part of the 2017 training, “Growing App-etites: Emerging Gaming/Gambling Trends, Connections & Concerns.” We hope you find the materials here useful and relevant to your work. Questions? Feel free to touch base with Julie Hynes ([email protected]). Slide Deck Resources: www.gamequitters.com |  GameQuitters YouTube channel Facts for parents on online gaming, fantasy sports […]

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Maine Annual Conference on Gambling Awareness | March 13, 2017

| March 12, 2017
Maine Annual Conference on Gambling Awareness | March 13, 2017

Welcome! Thanks for being a part of the 2017 Maine Conference on Gambling Awareness. We hope you find the materials here useful and relevant to your work. Questions? Feel free to touch base with Julie Hynes ([email protected]). Slide Deck (PDF) Supplemental Resources: Facts for parents on online gaming, fantasy sports and gambling Our new infographic on […]

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Infographic for Parents on Online Gaming and Gambling

| March 11, 2017

Technically, a person needs to be 18 years of age to gamble online.  Yet teens can and do play online for money. Why should we care? Also see: Facts for Parents on Electronic Gaming & Gambling Infographic:

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