The Council offers education to a wide variety of community and professional groups, and disseminates information through presentations and exhibit tables. Council representatives are available to speak with schools, businesses or non-profit organizations, as well as consult on problem gambling policy development and review.
Clinicians will learn how to incorporate problem gambling information and treatment skills into their clinical practices. Participation in the programs can lead to accreditations as problem gambling counselors, including the Massachusetts Problem Gambling Specialist (MA-PGS) Certificate. Download an application or learn more about the requirements for renewal.