Michigan's 12th Annual Gambling Disorder Symposium
In recognition of Problem Gambling Awareness Month, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is hosting the Twelfth Annual Gambling Disorder Symposium. The symposium is a forum that provides continuing education credits to professional members of the Gambling Disorder community, and access to Gambling Disorder trainings, treatment, prevention resources and personal recovery stories. Anyone affected by or interested in GD, is welcome to attend. This year’s symposium will address gambling related comorbidity, introduce Michigan’s approach to Gambling Disorder prevention, discuss the need for increased Gambling Disorder awareness amongst youth, present the similarities between gaming and gambling addiction, and provide alternate treatment options.