March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month, as well as the marketing drive has delivered to light Plainridge Casino's failure to protect those susceptible to gaming addiction in Massachusetts.
Problem Gambling Awareness Month urges worried families to 'have the conversation' with those that might be at risk of becoming hooked on gambling.
'Many adults gamble or understand somebody who gambles, and, consequently, could benefit from programs to prevent gambling addiction,' the nationwide Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) website states. 'We believe many who suffer in silence do so they developed a problem, what gambling addiction is or where to have help. simply because they do not know why'
The national conversation held each March has made its method to Massachusetts where one associated with the country's newest gambling venues has failed in instituting an appropriate firewall to problem gamblers.
The Plainridge Park Casino, the first gambling that is commercial in the state following the passage through of the Expanded Gaming Act, opened in June of 2015. However, the slot parlor still hasn't adopted a way to curb dependent gamblers.
' What's the job of a casino? To make as money that is much possible. Setting limits on gambling isn't just the priority that is highest,' Lasell College Professor Paul DeBole told the Boston world this week.
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