A Chance for Change: For Loved Ones of Problem Gamblers

The FCCG’s “A Chance for Change” workbooks outline a comprehensive self-help program for gamblers, loved ones, young adults, and elder gamblers. This seven-part series of self-help recovery workbooks is designed to help individuals experiencing gambling related difficulties to eliminate self-defeating negative behaviors, to think clearly, and make better decisions to lead a healthier lifestyle. Workbooks may be utilized independently or in conjunction with support groups, professional counseling, or part of a law enforcement restitution program

A Chance for Change: For Compulsive Gamblers

The FCCG’s “A Chance for Change” workbooks outline a comprehensive self-help program for gamblers, loved ones, young adults, and elder gamblers. This seven-part series of self-help recovery workbooks is designed to help individuals experiencing gambling related difficulties to eliminate self-defeating negative behaviors, to think clearly, and make better decisions to lead a healthier lifestyle. Workbooks may be utilized independently or in conjunction with support groups, professional counseling, or part of a law enforcement restitution program

A Chance for Change: Gambling Addiction and Crime

The primary purpose of the FCCG’s A Chance for Change: Gambling Addiction and Crime program is to ultimately enable the judiciary to identify and secure viable alternatives to incarceration alone and to provide the opportunity for rehabilitation to persons committing crimes as the result of a gambling addiction.  This program provides free supports throughout every phase of the criminal justice process to law enforcement, legal, judicial, probation, state and federal prison authorities, or as part of a law enforcement program.

A Chance for Change: Gambling Addiction and Older Adults

The A Chance for Change: Gambling Addiction and Older Adults program offers viable and innovative approaches to prevention, assessment, intervention, treatment, and outreach strategies for various types of senior service providers such as caretakers, health professionals, assisted living facilities, and others. It also addresses common situations that seniors encounter and identifies age appropriate solutions.

Toolkit

Print Resources

Print Materials

The FCCG develops a series of written materials, including brochures, newsletters, and workbooks that provide a wealth of information on particular populations or aspects of gambling.

Brochures and Placards
provides information about problem gambling and FCCG programs for diverse populations like women, seniors, youth, impaired professionals, college students, various ethnic populations, treatment professionals, employers, military personnel and veterans, caregivers, gaming employees and more.

Other Print Resources

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Self Help Recovery Workbooks

The FCCG's "A Chance for Change" workbooks outline a comprehensive self-help program for gamblers, loved ones, young adults, and elder gamblers. This seven-part series of self-help recovery workbooks is designed to help individuals experiencing gambling related difficulties to eliminate self-defeating negative behaviors, to think clearly, and make better decisions to lead a healthier lifestyle.

posters

Posters

In addition to brochures and newsletters, the FCCG produces a series of posters geared toward youth, college students, adults, elders, and has others that have been specially prepared to accompany the FCCG’s programs for the workplace, medical/health centers, substance abuse clinics, gambling facilities, and elsewhere.

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Newsletters

The FCCG issues three different newsletters: FOCUS (general population), Senior FOCUS in both English and Spanish (older adults and senior service professionals), and Gaming FOCUS (gaming industry professionals). Each newsletter is full of important research, including program and gambling related information for their prospective audience highlighting a variety of topics.

Are You Gambling with Your Life?

An interactive CD that includes videos. This life skills training program assists Florida Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) personnel, educators, facilitators, counselors, psychologists, and other professionals in providing essential information about the dangers and consequences of gambling to high risk youth incarcerated in DJJ facilities or outside the DJJ system. (Note: This FCCG/DJJ joint program is not intended for mainstream youth or the public school system. It is “Language Sensitive” and depicts scenes and scripts based upon actual focus group input within Florida’s DJJ detention population.)

A Chance for Change: For Compulsive Gamblers

The FCCG’s “A Chance for Change” workbooks outline a comprehensive self-help program for gamblers, loved ones, young adults, and elder gamblers. This seven-part series of self-help recovery workbooks is designed to help individuals experiencing gambling related difficulties to eliminate self-defeating negative behaviors, to think clearly, and make better decisions to lead a healthier lifestyle. Workbooks may be utilized independently or in conjunction with support groups, professional counseling, or part of a law enforcement restitution program

A Chance for Change: Gambling Addiction and Crime

The primary purpose of the FCCG’s A Chance for Change: Gambling Addiction and Crime program is to ultimately enable the judiciary to identify and secure viable alternatives to incarceration alone and to provide the opportunity for rehabilitation to persons committing crimes as the result of a gambling addiction.  This program provides free supports throughout every phase of the criminal justice process to law enforcement, legal, judicial, probation, state and federal prison authorities, or as part of a law enforcement program.

A Chance for Change: Gambling Addiction and Older Adults

The A Chance for Change: Gambling Addiction and Older Adults program offers viable and innovative approaches to prevention, assessment, intervention, treatment, and outreach strategies for various types of senior service providers such as caretakers, health professionals, assisted living facilities, and others. It also addresses common situations that seniors encounter and identifies age appropriate solutions.

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