Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Report
Navigating the Road Ahead:
The Changing Landscape of Problem Gambling
As the fiscal year (FY) 2022 progressed, The Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling (the Center) was able to begin increasing the number of in-person outreach to providers and support organizations. Additionally, the Center was able to interact with Maryland residents at public events to promote the public’s awareness of no cost treatment, 1-800-GAMBLER, certified peer support services, and other resources and services available through the Center.
In FY2022, the Center continued to expand engagement with behavioral health providers, private practitioners, preventionists, and other organizations; increased the number of individuals assisted through Peer Recovery Support; and increased the number of total participants in clinical training and educational programs.
FY 2023 Helpline Report
The goal of the Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling is to promote healthy and informed choices for individuals and communities.
The Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling promotes healthy and informed choices regarding gambling and problem gambling through treatment, prevention, training and education, outreach and public awareness, 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.