Gambling and problem gambling in North Dakota / by Rachel A. Volberg & Eric Silver with Precision Marketing Inc.
SubjectCompulsive gambling -- North Dakota
Compulsive gambling -- Treatment -- North Dakota
Gambling -- North Dakota
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AbstractThis report presents the findings of a state-wide survey of gambling involvement and problem gambling in North Dakota. A random sample of adult residents aged 18 and over (N = 1,517) was interviewed in November and December of 1992 about the types of gambling in which they participate, the amounts of money they spend on gambling, and about problems related to their gambling. The results of this survey provide a benchmark for future assessments of gambling involvement and problem gambling in North Dakota as well as a foundation for policy making and service planning for individuals who experience problems related to their gambling.
SponsorshipNorth Dakota Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health
Permission to archive report in repository granted by Rachel Volberg, Gemini Research.
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