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OHA’s Role

Oregon is a nationally recognized leader in the field of problem gambling services, providing prevention, outreach, treatment and recovery services. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), in collaboration with its partners:

  • Administers a comprehensive problem gambling system of services that meets the needs of individuals, families, and communities across the continuum of care. 
  • Ensures systemwide access to culturally-responsive services that are respectful and empowering.
  • Provides free prevention and treatment services for individiuals with gambling problems and their concerned others.

One percent of Oregon Lottery revenues funds these services. OHA administers the funds that provide approximately $7.5 million annually for prevention and treatment programs and services.

Oregon Problem Gambling Services System Requirements

The Requirements page lists the Service Elements, Oregon Administrative Rules and OHA policy statements that Oregon problem gambling prevention and treatment programs should follow. 

  
2016-2020 System Improvement Plan
5-Year Workforce Development Plan

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