The Revolving Account to Support Programs for the Prevention and Treatment of Problem Gambling (Problem Gambling Fund) was created by Senate Bill 357 of the 2005 Legislative Session and codified in NRS 458A. The account is funded through slot machine fees that would otherwise go to the State's general fund, and supports Problem Gambling programs including subsidized Problem Gambling Treatment for residents of the State of Nevada.
The Advisory Committee on Problem Gambling (ACPG) provides review and recommendations related to solicitation of applications and awarding of grants. The ACPG also assists the Department in determining the needs of local communities and in establishing priorities for funding programs for the prevention and treatment of problem gambling.
Problem Gambling Treatment, Prevention, and Workforce Development Programs
Grantees were selected through a competitive application process. The latest Request for Applications (RFA) for problem gambling services was published February 17, 2017. Applications were evaluated and forwarded to the Advisory Committee on Problem Gambling (ACPG). Grant award recommendations were approved by the ACPG and forwarded to the Department Director, Richard Whitley, for final approval and funding in State Fiscal Year 2018 (July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018). These grant awards are eligible for renewal in SFY 2019, dependent on availability of funds and grantee performance.
Governor Proclaims March, 2017 "Problem Gambling Awareness Month in Nevada"
For more information on the Problem Gambling Fund or Advisory Committee on Problem Gambling, please contact the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Community Partnerships and Grants.
State Lead, Program Gambling Services
State of Nevada Problem Gambling Strategic Plan FY19 Workshop, October 30th, 2018
In 2005, the Nevada State Legislature passed Senate Bill 357 to create the Revolving Account for the Prevention and Treatment of Problem Gambling the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Community Partnerships and Grants (OCPG) is soliciting input from stakeholders in the process of updating the Strategic Plan via the attached survey. The information you provide is very important in helping us to evaluate and strategize ways to improve problem gambling prevention and treatment services to problem gamblers and their concerned others.
We will be holding a public workshop on October 30, 2018 1:00-5:00PM
Meeting Notice and Agenda
Northern Nevada Location
4150 Technology Way, Suite 303
Carson City, NV 89706
Southern Nevada Location
1650 Community College Dr, Suite B193
Las Vegas, NV 89146
Rural Nevada Location
1020 Ruby Vista Dr, Suite 102
Elko, NV 89801
Please return the
completed survey by Friday, October 5th, to GMU@dhhs.nv.gov or 4126 Technology Way, Ste 102, Carson City, NV 89706
Please clink on the link below to download the survey.