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4 Betting on a soda with someone on who will win a basketball game is gambling.

5 Gambling is any behavior that involves ________________________ on a game, contest, or any other event.

6 A. Heads B. Tails C. Either

7 C. Either -- a coin flip is completely random !

8 A.There is less risk of alcohol or drug abuse among problem gamblers B.Gambling is not a safe alternative for people with alcohol or drug problems C.Problem gambling doesn’t have as serious of consequences as other addictions

9 B.Gambling is not a safe alternative for people with alcohol or drug problems Drug, alcohol, and gambling problems go hand-in-hand!

10 1 in in 146,000 1 in 146 million 1 in 146 gazillion

11 1 in 146 Million (146,107,962) Odds of getting struck by lightning: 1 in 280,000

12 1% 4% 39% 0.2%

13 About 4% (1 in 25) of Oregon teens meet the criteria for having a gambling problem.

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15 Debt Crime Depression/Suicide Relationship problems Employment problems Alcohol and/or drug problems

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22 To risk money or something of value on the outcome of an unpredictable event or contest. Gambling

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24 Gambling & Oregon Youth About 3 in 4 teens say they’ve gambled Most teens don’t gamble regularly Problem gamblers: –One in 25 teens (4%) (

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26 So what?!?

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28 “rush ” HOOKED H O O K E D  Tobacc o  Drugs  Alcohol like other “addictions”

29 Most Common Effects of Problem Gambling Source: Moore, T.L., & Marotta, J. (in press). Oregon Gambling Treatment Programs Evaluation Update. Debt Crime Depression/Suicide Relationship problems Employment problems Alcohol and/or drug problems

30 The “Crack Cocaine” of Gambling??

31 Plays with $ that is needed or borrowed Expects to win; keeps playing to win back losses Pre-occupied Frequent, or spends more time gambling Sticks to limits of money to play with Hopes to win but expects to lose Can take it or leave it Occasional gambler PROBLEM GAMBLINGSOCIAL GAMBLING Recognize if it’s “social” or problem gambling

32 …but it’s easily hidden. Much like other addictions…

33 It’s like I’m smoking crack?!? X

34 Gambles a lot/ Spends more time gambling Expects to win and keeps playing to win back losses Gambling is becoming a chore and/or escape “Chasing” losses with $ that is needed, borrowed, or stolen Gambles once in a while Hopes to win but expects to lose Gambling is for entertainment Sticks to limits of money to play with PROBLEM GAMBLING “SOCIAL” GAMBLING

35 Ryan finds that gambling is helping him get through his problems with alcohol. Holly’s mom has her watch her little brother while her mom goes to play video poker on school nights. Logan sets limits on how much cash he bets when he plays cards, and stops playing when he gets to his limit.

36 Help is free Confidential Help for gamblers AND families

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39 Sports bets Lottery tickets Video & online Bingo & raffles

40 Video lottery & online gambling

41 The average problem gambler in Oregon gambling treatment owes $4,000 in gambling-related debts.

42 The average problem gambler in Oregon gambling treatment owes $26,000 in gambling-related debts.

43 Under $100 $100-$1,000 $1,000-$2,500 More than $2,500

44 Problem gambling treatment is ‘free’ in Oregon for gamblers AND loved ones.

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