Take On the Odds

Over 11,600 Vermont residents are estimated to be struggling with a gambling problem. Yet there are few certified statewide providers.

Supporting Struggling Gamblers

Whether you’re early in your career or a seasoned treatment professional, you’ve likely had clients experiencing gambling problems.

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Get Training

Like any addiction, gambling disorder causes disruptions to a person’s life. Signs of a gambling addiction are often hidden, and can derail recovery from mental health and substance use disorders.

Take on these odds. Launching in fall 2024, The Vermont Provider Free Training Program is offering a 10-session, 30-hour course to grow your skills in gambling disorder assessment, treatment, and recovery support. Earn up to 30 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) — 3 CEUs per attendance of each live class — while learning applicable skills from award-winning experts.

Discover More Resources

All providers are welcome to reach out for guidance or treatment referrals at 1-800-GAMBLER or via LiveChat, 24/7. Learn more about Self-Exclusion for individuals struggling with sports betting. Find local and virtual support groups. Understand more about how problem gambling acts like an addiction in the brain at Brain Connections.