We offer a variety of programs and services to align with our mission of providing leadership and innovation to enhance Ohio’s problem gambling service system through collaboration, advocacy, and support. Our objectives for these programs range from increasing awareness of problem gambling to improving gambling disorder treatment and support services.
The Gambling Disorder Stages Series offers three levels of gambling-specific education. Throughout the series, participants will learn about Ohio's gambling service system and how to implement treatment and prevention strategies within the communities they serve. Treatment professionals who complete all three courses in their entirety will obtain the 30 hours necessary to apply for the Preliminary GAMB Endorsement, add gambling to their scope of competency, or prepare for the ICGC Examination.
The Ohio Gambling Treatment Fellowship seeks to prepare clinicians in providing gambling treatment services and strengthening Ohio's workforce through training, supervision, and application of advanced problem gambling education, and treatment.
The Ohio Problem Gambling Conference brings together national experts, state leaders, and local innovators in the fields of problem and responsible gambling. The conference is held annually in February and offers attendees the opportunity to receive CEUs and network with their peers.
PGNO provides quality assurance services to helplines and behavioral health providers to ensure callers receive excellent care. These calls range from calls to the Ohio Problem Gambling Helpline, providers of gambling treatment services, and, most recently, 988 service providers.