The Association of Problem Gambling Service Administrators (APGSA) is a national
organization, formed in 2000, to help state governments facilitate an informed and
unified voice for the development of state-of-the-art publicly funded problem gambling
With the increase of legalized gambling opportunities worldwide, the need for social
services to address problem gambling has intensified. In response, many states have
developed a range of services for prevention, intervention and treatment. In the
absence of Federal coordinating efforts, the APGSA assists members to maximize the
effectiveness of the services they fund through information sharing, advocacy, research
and peer consultation.
This site provides an overview of publicly funded programs in the United States
that includes a member states map
to access detailed program information, a
resource library, links to related
web sites and contact information for members and
APGSA representatives. We encourage visitors to use these contacts for the most
up to date information about each state's programs.
For more information please contact the APGSA President, any
of the state member organizations, or for a general inquiry please fill out our contact form.