Gambling and Problem Gambling in Mississippi: A Report to the Mississippi Council on Compulsive Gambling
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AbstractThe main purpose of this study is to establish a baseline measure of the prevalence of gambling-related problems among the adult population in Mississippi. Another purpose is to identify the types of gambling causing the greatest difficulties for the citizens of Mississippi. The results of this study will be useful in documenting the impact of legal gambling on the prevalence of gambling problems in the general population in Mississippi. The results will also be valuable in the development of prevention and treatment services for problem gamblers in Mississippi.
SponsorshipMississippi Council on Compulsive Gambling
Permission granted to archive report in repository by Betty Greer, Executive Director, MCPCG.
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