Participant evaluation of the Manitoba Problem Gambling Assistance Program
SubjectGambling -- Therapy -- Manitoba
Compulsive gamblers -- Rehabilitation -- Manitoba
Compulsive gambling -- Treatment -- Manitoba -- Evaluation
Gamblers -- Services for -- Manitoba -- Evaluation
Manitoba Problem Gambling Assistance Program -- Evaluation
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AbstractThis report provides findings of an evaluation of the Manitoba Problem Gambling Assistance Program. The program, which is currently in its pilot phase, is designed to assist VLT-site holders and their staff with the information and tools they need to identify and assist customers who may have gambling problems.
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