About Oregon Health Authority:
Helping people and communities achieve optimum physical, mental, and social well-being through partnerships, prevention, and access to quality, affordable health care is the mission of the Oregon Health Authority. Problem Gambling Services is part of OHA’s Health System Division. Oregon invests more than seven million dollars annually to reduce and/or prevent the negative effects of gambling.
About Oregon Council on Problem Gambling:
The Oregon Council on Problem Gambling was established in 1996 and has been an affiliate of the National Council on Problem Gambling since 1998. The Council’s purpose is to promote the health of Oregonians by supporting efforts to minimize gambling-related harm through research, education, and advocacy.
About Washington State Health Care Authority – Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery:
Washington State Health Care Authority (HCA) is committed to whole-person care, integrating physical health and behavioral health services for better results and healthier residents. HCA’s Problem Gambling program provides agency funding throughout the state to offer treatment services free of charge to individuals and families. HCA also funds training and prevention initiatives in collaboration with ECPG, including scholarship support for treatment providers, recovery coaches, students, and school counselors to attend ECPG conferences and trainings.