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The Institute for Research on Pathological Gambling and Related Disorders was established in 2000 as a program of Harvard Medical School’s Division on Addictions. Its mission is to alleviate the individual, social, medical and economic burdens caused by pathological gambling through support of rigorous scientific research.
The WAGER (Weekly Addiction Gambling Education Report) is a weekly research bulletin published by the Division on Addictions at Harvard Medical School in collaboration with the Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling.
The Center at McGill University is actively involved in research, treatment, prevention, training and social policy issues regarding the gambling activities of children and youth.
The mission of the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) is to increase public awareness of pathological gambling, ensure the widespread availability of treatment for problem gamblers and their families, and to encourage research and programs for prevention and education. The NCPG currently has 34 state affiliate chapters, and numerous corporate and individual members encompassing the leading U. S. and international experts in problem gambling policy, research, prevention, education and treatment.
The New York Council on Problem Gambling is a not-for-profit corporation, under contract with the State Office of Mental Health and Department of Health, dedicated to increasing public awareness about problem and compulsive gambling and advocating for support services and treatment for persons adversely affected by gambling. The council maintains a neutral stance on gambling, is governed by a Board of Directors, and is an affiliate of the National Council on Problem Gambling.
Established in 1988, the North American Training Institute (NATI) is a private, not-for-profit, Minnesota-based corporation. NATI’s expertise lies in the development and presentation of professional training programs and courses, research facilitation and the distribution of research-based information on the topics of pathological and underage gambling.
The National Center for Responsible Gaming (NCRG) was founded in 1996 as the first national organization devoted exclusively to funding independent, peer-reviewed scientific research on pathological and youth gambling. In a field that is just emerging, continued research is critical to the advancement of scientific breakthroughs that will aid in developing tools for prevention and treatment. The NCRG’s mission is to help individuals and families affected by gambling disorders by supporting the finest peer-reviewed research; encouraging the application of new research findings to improve prevention, diagnostic, intervention and treatment strategies; and enhancing public awareness.
Gambling Research Exchange Ontario (GREO) is an independent
knowledge translation and exchange (KTE) organization that aims to
eliminate harm from gambling. Our goal is to support
evidence-informed decision making in responsible gambling policies,
standards and practices. The work we do is intended for
researchers, policy makers, gambling regulators and operators, and
treatment and prevention service providers.
The Institute for the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming was established by the University of Nevada, Reno, in 1989. As the first academically-oriented program of its kind, the institute serves as a structure to broaden the understanding of gambling and the commercial gaming industries. Its aim is to encourage and promote research and learning so that the multifaceted issues surrounding gambling and commercial gaming and the ways in which individuals and society-at-large are affected might be addressed.