Problem Gambling Services
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.
Governor Proclaims March, 2017 "Problem Gambling Awareness Month in 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
Request for Applications (RFA) - Problem Gambling Services
The RFA for problem gambling services, state fiscal years 2018-2019, was published February 17, 2017.
A link to the RFA's informational webpage is provided below.
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.
Social Services Program Specialist