LACG Board of Directors Secretary Lonnie Bridges "having the conversation" with area ministers and other community leaders last Saturday. The man is a powerhouse when it comes to spreading the good news about LACG's ability to help problem gamblers and their families! +
Problem Gambling Awareness Month (PGAM) 2016 convention was held in Baton Rouge, Louisiana at the East Baton Rouge Library to spread awareness about gambling disorder and how to treat it. Many keynote speakers were there to include Assistant Attorney General Chris Hebert. This event was sponsored by Louisiana Association on Compulsive Gambling (LACG) and Center of Recovery (CORE). 1-877-770-STOP....BAM! +
SAM BOYER, ALICE PEACOCK
Last updated 13:22, March 4 2016 +
The Louisiana Association on Compulsive Gambling is a non-profit organization dedicated to advocating for and providing cost effective quality assistance for all individuals in the state of Louisiana who may be affected by gambling problems. The organization further promotes the development of educational programs and professional resources for problem gambling assistance.We are gaming neutral and work in partnerships with other agencies throughout Louisiana that support services to help problem gamblers and their families.