Gambling Awareness

Agency: State of Wisconsin - Department of Health Services
State: Wisconsin
Type of Government: State & Local
Category:
  • U - Education and Training Services
Posted: Dec 14, 2023
Due: Mar 14, 2024
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The Division of Care and Treatment Services is seeking applications for the Gambling Awareness Program. This program must:

  • Support the development and provision of a contemporary educational awareness campaign in multimedia formats on gambling disorders for multiple audiences.
  • Promote evidence-based prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery of gambling disorder for multiple audiences through trainings, including an annual conference that meets International Gambling Counselor Certification (IGCC).
  • Promote early identification and appropriate referrals for individuals at risk for or exhibiting behavioral attributes of gambling disorder.
  • Maintain a 24-hour helpline.
Life Cycle Step
Current Solicitations
Start date
December 14, 2023
Expiration date
March 14, 2024
Solicitation links
Acquisition grant type
RFA
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