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OHA provides the following to help local prevention programs:
Programs can use the Community Readiness Assessment Model to measure their community’s “readiness” level to address problem gambling.
Please use these resources located here as well as in the Resource Library below to develop your Implementation Plan for Problem Gambling Prevention.
Use the Problem Gambling PProblem Gambling Prevention Data Collection Systemrevention Data Collection System to submit reports to OHA.
To help you with reporting, you can also use the PG Prevention Quarterly Data Collection guide in the Resource Library below.
Service Element 80 requires local prevention programs to participate in at least one Technical Assistance/Program Development Visit in a three-year period. The Problem Gambling Prevention Technical Assistance Visit Toolkit and Schedule are located in the Resource Library below. These visits:
To complete the Problem Gambling Prevention New Coordinator Training Series, coordinators must provide documentation that they have completed the following trainings offered or approved by OHA.
Trainings on ACORN:
Use the search field to find prevention resources by name or category.
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Reflect, Resource, Renew campaign.
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