For 40 years, The Massachusetts Council on Gaming and Health (MACGH) has focused on reducing the impacts
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BOSTON – With studies showing that veterans are more likely to suffer from problem gambling addiction, the Massachusetts Council for Compulsive Gambling (MCCG) is today sending a letter to all Veterans Service Officers (VSO) in the Commonwealth to help ensure veterans are aware of the services offered for those struggling with addiction.
by Jodie Nealley,Intervention and Recovery Support Coordinator, and Scott Melissa, Human Resources Director,Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling The
by Jodie Nealley, Intervention and Recovery Support Coordinator, Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling and Amanda Poggenburg, Prevention Specialist