Contact Media Information

For more information, please contact Lori Rugle, PhD, Program Director: lrugle@psych.umaryland.edu

TV Promos

Can’t stop gambling? Need help? Call 1-800-GAMBLER today, we’ll make sure you get the help you need.

Are you wondering how to deal with a problem gambling addiction? Call for help.

If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, call 1-800-GAMBLER today.

Do you or someone you love struggle with a problem gambling addiction? Call for help.

2013 National Council on Problem Gambling TV spot.

“Understanding Joy,” enters the mind of a 57 year old woman whose gambling addiction has overcome her sense of morality and driven her to embezzle over $700,000 during a seven year period from two employers.

Is problem gambling ruining your life? Call for help.

Learn how the Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling can help. Call 1-800-GAMBLER today.

Digital Media Resources

What is the impact of more casinos on problem gambling?

Problem gambling can effect anyone. Do you or someone you know suffer from a gambling addiction? Call 1-800-GAMBLER today.

Problem gambling is when it becomes not just fun or entertain, but it starts to have a negative effect on someone’s life.

Radio Ads

2013 PSA Radio Campaign for MD Problem Gambling.

2013 PSA Radio Campaign for MD Problem Gambling.

2013 PSA Radio Campaign for MD Problem Gambling.

2013 PSA Radio Campaign for MD Problem Gambling.

2013 PSA Radio Campaign for MD Problem Gambling.

2013 PSA Radio Campaign for MD Problem Gambling.

Public Awareness

Keith Whyte, Executive Director for the National Council on Problem Gambling gives responsible gaming tips.

Mrs. Johnson, a Baltimore native discusses how gambling has effected her life.

Dr. Welsh discusses the role of the Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling and the initiatives the Center hopes to accomplish.

Joanna Franklin discusses the scope of problem gambling.

“Only Spend It If You Got It”, a music video produced by local Baltimore rappers for the Baltimore City public awareness campaign.

The official MPT airing of “Understanding Joy”. A documentary that enters the mind of a 57 year old woman whose gambling addiction has overcome her sense of morality and driven her to embezzle over $700,000 during a seven year period from two employers.