Problem Gambling And Recovery
A recent survey found that 10% of white adults and 19% of Black adults in Ohio were identified as at-risk or problem gamblers.
Compulsive gamblers may repeatedly make wagers that lead to losses, hide their habit, rack up huge debts or even turn to theft or fraud to support their addiction.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we look at problem gambling prevention and the road toward recovery.
- Stacey Frohnapfel-Hasson, chief of Prevention and Problem Gambling Services for the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services
- Maria Garner, licensed social worker and problem gambling counselor with Maryhaven’s One More Chance program
- Jess Stewart, recovering problem gambler
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