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About Us

NCPG is the national advocate for programs and services to assist people, families and communities experiencing problem gambling. Since 1972, our network of state affiliates, individuals and corporate members has grown to include leading experts in problem gambling prevention, education, treatment, policy, research, regulation, recovery and responsible gambling. NCPG works with government, counselors, treatment facilities, lottery agencies and the gambling industry, associations and other organizations and individuals to achieve our mission.

To log in, use the fields to the right.

If you previously had an online account with NCPG (including an active email address), we sent you an email with your starter username and password. You may update both when you sign in.

If you did not previously have an online account with NCPG, you may sign up for an account now.

--To sign up for an account and join or renew your membership, click on 'Haven't joined yet?' and then select the Member Type: Individual. and then follow the prompts to create your account. (Corporate/Organizational should contact the NCPG office at ncpg@ncpgambling.org first).

--To sign up for an account without paying for a membership, click on 'Haven't joined yet?' and then select the Member Type: 'Guest Lite Membership' and then follow the prompts to create your account. Click here for details on membership types and benefits.

You must have an account in order to purchase a membership or register for our national conference.

Please join our membership! You'll receive discounts on your conference registration, among other benefits, including being part of the only organization fighting nationally to get help for problem gambling and to work with people and organizations on all sides of this important issue. Together we rise!

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