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Gambling Education

Responsible and Problem Gambling Trainings

We offer gambling disorder training and education conveniently located across Ohio in collaboration with, and partially sponsored by, the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.  Our online webinars are free and can be completed at one's own pace. These cover both Treatment and Prevention as well as webinars that provide continuing education for both areas of interest. Recovery Resources is an approved provider of continuing education through the Ohio Counselor, Social Work and Marriage Family Therapist Board for social workers (RSX069001) and counselors (RCX029002), the Ohio Chemical Dependency Board (50-17857), and the National Council on Problem Gambling (06/653). These webinars are made possible by a grant from The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County. 

For more information on our Training Institute trainings, please see our Clinical and Non-Clinicial Trainings.


Home Study Webinars

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Recovery Resources offers a variety of home study webinars. These trainings can be completed at your own pace, from the comfort of your home. To receive CEUs for these trainings, view the webinar video and then complete the post-test and evaluation. Some of our home study webinars include: 

  • Brief Introduction to Gambling Disorder
  • Gambling and the Older Adult 
  • Raising Voices: Personal Stories of Disordered Gambling
  • Overview of DSM-5 Disordered Gambling Criteria
  • Brief Introduction to Problem Gambling Prevention
  • Co-morbidity and Gambling Disorder
  • Gambling Behaviors among Young Adults

Gambling Symposium

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In 2014, the Cuyahoga Problem Gambling Coalition (CPGC) was convened. The coalition is composed of diverse stakeholders committed to ending problem gambling in our community. We welcome further engagement. The goal of the symposium is to raise awareness of problem gambling in our community, offer clinical training to increase problem gambling treatment capacity locally, and provide individuals and families with the tools and resources to respond to problem gambling in their life. Speakers will include clinical experts, people who have been affected by problem gambling, and problem gambling prevention professionals.



For more information on training

Contact Nora Larson