Preventing gambling addiction

Maryland State Lottery Director Stephen Martino, center, introduced the governing members of the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100600000000" title="Maryland" href="/topic/us/maryland-PLGEO100100600000000.topic">Maryland</a> Alliance for Responsible Gambling (MARG) including Renata Henry, right, Deputy Secretary for Behavioral Health and Disabilities for the DHMH, during a press conference at Maryland Lottery headquarter. Martino and Henry are pictured answering questions from news media during press conference. MARG, a statewide coalition, will coordinate resources to address responsible and problem gambling treatments resulting from playing lottery games and casino slots. MARG also introduced its website and a toll-free problem gambling helpline.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Kenneth K. Lam / May 5, 2011 )

Maryland State Lottery Director Stephen Martino, center, introduced the governing members of the Maryland Alliance for Responsible Gambling (MARG) including Renata Henry, right, Deputy Secretary for Behavioral Health and Disabilities for the DHMH, during a press conference at Maryland Lottery headquarter. Martino and Henry are pictured answering questions from news media during press conference. MARG, a statewide coalition, will coordinate resources to address responsible and problem gambling treatments resulting from playing lottery games and casino slots. MARG also introduced its website and a toll-free problem gambling helpline.

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