They don't look like problem gamblers. Know the signs.
The Maine Office of Substane Abuse (OSA) has chosen Oxford Hills to start a pilot program that aims to spread awareness about the risks of problem gambling and gambling addition. The goal of the program is to educate people about what problem gambling is, the risks involved and to encourage responsible gaming.
OSA has provided a small grant to Healthy Oxford Hills and the Healthy Maine Partnership office in Bangor. The focus of the grant is on all types of gambling, including lottery tickets and online games.