National Council on Problem Gambling (United States)
The National Council on Problem Gambling is the oldest organization on gambling issues in the United States. It was founded in 1972 by Msgr. Joseph A. Dunne and Dr. Robert Custer, among others. The Council established two principles:
that the organization would be the advocate for problem gamblers and their families
that it would maintain a neutral stance regarding the activity of gambling
The National Council's mission is to lead state and national stakeholders in the development of comprehensive policy and programs for all those affected by problem gambling with the purpose of serving as the national advocate for programs and services to assist problem gamblers and their families. It is neither for nor against legalized gambling.The NCPG concentrates efforts on the national level, while the state affiliates work at the state and local level. NCPG's network of state affiliate, individual and corporate members includes leaders in prevention, education, treatment, enforcement,
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