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Engaging the Community to End Problem Gambling

Leaders in the community advancing awareness, treatment, and prevention.

The Cuyahoga Problem Gambling Coalition is a place for stakeholders to come together and develop strategies to eliminate problem gambling in Cuyahoga County.

About the Cuyahoga Problem Gambling Coalition

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. If you are interested in learning more about the coalition or would like to join, please contact Nora Larson at nlarson@recres.org or call 216-923-1248.

 Coalition Photo Gallery

A community free of problem gambling.

Collaborate with people and organizations to increase problem gambling awareness, provide education, and cultivate resources to ensure quality behavioral health services across the continuum of care. 

Meeting Schedule
Meetings will be hosted quarterly and held every three months on Wednesdays beginning at 3:00 pm EST. Due to social distancing guidelines, meetings are now held virtually. Meetings are open to anyone who may want to attend.

  • February 21
  • May 15
  • August 21
  • November 20

To Join feel free to access the Zoom Link Here.


Partner Agencies 

CPGC continues to partner with local and state-level agencies. All organizations and coalitions are welcome to join! Some of the agencies and organizations apart of our coalition are:
  • Cuyahoga County ADAMHS Board - Cuyahoga County
  • Recovery Resources - Cuyahoga County
  • Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers - Lake and Geauga Counties 
  • LCADA Way - Lorain County
  • CHC Addiction - Summit County
  • Problem Gambling Network of Ohio
  • Ohio Casino Control Commission
  • Ohio Lottery
  • Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services 

View our Community Resource Guide on Gambling Addiction 

*Please note the guide is meant to be printed in booklet form, so some pages may look out of place.

Is gambling a problem for you or someone you care about?  Find out by answering this simple gambling screening questionnaire.  

How to keep gambling safe and fun? Visit our gambling awareness page


For more information on trainings

Contact Nora Larson