Problem Gambling Awareness Month

March is

Problem Gambling

Awareness Month

This March, the New York Council on Problem Gambling (NYCPG) is excited to partner with statewide agencies, regional and local groups and organizations throughout New York State to make strides in raising awareness of problem gambling in the state.  At the state and regional levels, NYCPG is partnering with the National Alliance of Mental Illness-NYS (NAMI-NYS) as well as the Mental Health Association of NYS, Inc. (MHANYS, Inc.) to shed light on the fact that gambling disorder is in fact a mental illness and, like most other mental illnesses, it is preventable and treatable with appropriate care.  


2020 Problem Gambling Awareness Month Press Release 





  • To find out more about the National Alliance on Mental Illness – New York State, check out their website:
  • To download a Problem Gambling Awareness Month poster that you can hang in your agency and community, click HERE.
  • For HELP, visit to be connected with local resources and services for problem gambling.
  • The National Council on Problem Gambling has additional resources for Problem Gambling Awareness Month on their website.