18th Ohio Problem Gambling Conference

March 2, 2021 – March 25, 2021 all-day
Cory Brown
614.750.9899 ext. 104
The 18th Ohio Problem Gambling Conference will take place virtually this year and feature experts from across the state of Ohio and nationwide.

The 18th Annual Ohio Problem Gambling Conference, presented by PGNO and sponsored by Ohio for Responsible Gambling, will take place virtually during Tuesdays and Thursdays in March 2021. This year’s conference will once again bring together national experts, state leaders, and local innovators in problem gambling prevention, intervention, treatment, recovery, research, administration, and responsible gambling. Due to the virtual nature of this conference, we expect it to be our most far-reaching and impactful conference to date!

The early registration rate is $50 and will close on February 2nd, 2021. Registration will be $65 after February 2nd and will remain open until the conference has concluded.

Post-conference sessions include 3.0 contact hours of ethics for prevention and treatment ethics. These sessions will be offered at a rate of $15. Attendees wanting to attend a post-conference session must register for it separately from or in addition to the main conference. Space is limited and will be first-come, first-serve. PGNO Members will receive complimentary post-conference registration. Contact Info@PGNOhio.org for details.


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