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Sports Betting in Maryland

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Winning a bet should not be more important than cheering on your hometown team with your friends and family. Learn how to recognize the risks…

Public Awareness Campaigns

Recent News

Minorities and Mental Health: Gambling Addiction, Presented by Sheppard Pratt
Having the conversation with the Center's very own James Nolin and Heather Eshleman on the topic of gambling addiction, with…
Visit Us At Money Power Day: March 23
Stop by the Center's table at Money Power Day this Saturday, March 23rd 2024 from 9AM to 3PM at POLY-WESTERN…
The dangers of sports betting
Mary Drexler, the program director for the Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling at the University of Maryland School of…

Upcoming Provider Training

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training iconYouth Gaming and Gambling, Is It a Problem?Friday, April 19, 202412PM-1PM1Details
Friday, April 19, 2024
Youth Gaming and Gambling, Is It a Problem?
12PM-1PM
CEU: 1
gambling research

Gambling Research

Develop a greater understanding of gambling behaviors, impacts of gambling on the population, and identification of evidence-based approaches to mitigate harmful impacts of gambling.

WHO WE ARE

The Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling (the Center) is a program of the University of Maryland School of Medicine and funded by the Maryland Department of Health’s Behavioral Health Administration. The Center promotes healthy and informed choices regarding gambling and problem gambling through public awareness, training and education, prevention, technical assistance to the behavioral health care system, peer recovery support, research and public policy. It does so by working closely with appropriate state stakeholders and bringing together experts from a variety of disciplines including psychiatry, medicine, epidemiology, social work, law and others.