At the CCGNJ, we want to help those struggling to overcome a gambling disorder in every way possible, whether it be through help meetings, family support, or prevention tips. While the exciting nature of Atlantic City sports betting can be enough to lead a person to develop a gambling disorder, the casinos still employ a […]
On June 11, 2018, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed a law making it legal to bet on sports across the state. The legalization of sports gambling in the state comes after a near quarter-century-long federal ban that was recently overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court.
According to recent reports, nearly half of all individuals battling a gambling disorder claim to have occasional or even daily thoughts about suicide. This number is staggering, which is why we at the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey are spreading awareness about suicidal behaviors and their impact on disordered gamblers. At the CCGNJ, […]
There is an incredible stigma surrounding disordered gambling and even alcohol use (sometimes referred to as “addiction”) in Woodbridge and around the nation that can have a damaging effect on those who need help to recover. Labeling those with this disorder as “addicts” can have profound consequences on their health as well as their willingness […]
June is Men’s Health Month, and people are encouraged to spread awareness of men’s health issues, suggesting early detection and treatment for both men and boys across the nation. As an organization dedicated to helping men and women who struggle with disordered gambling in New Jersey, we at the CCGNJ committed to raising awareness of […]