FanDuel Steps Up for Problem Gambling Awareness Month

In partnership with Kindbridge Behavioral Health, a provider of mental health services, FanDuel is starting a pilot program in New Jersey and Ohio. The goal of this program is to give self-excluded gamers quick access to problem gambling treatment providers and free mental health exams.

Daniel Umfleet, CEO of Kindbridge, expressed excitement about the partnership and emphasized the value of providing assistance to people who are struggling with compulsive gambling.

Commitment to Prevention and Research

FanDuel not only contributes financially to the International Center for Responsible Gaming (ICRG) and the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG), but also raises awareness of mental health treatment. These contributions will support research on gambling behavior in the United States via the NCPG’s Agility Grants initiative.

Executive Director Keith Whyte of the NCPG thanked FanDuel for their proactive approach and emphasized the value of investing in prevention to reduce the harm associated with gambling.

By rewarding players who use tools for safe gambling, such deposit and wager limitations, at certain retail locations, FanDuel is encouraging responsible gaming behaviors. The goal of this program is to encourage participants to play responsibly.

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In New Jersey and Ohio, FanDuel is launching a test program in collaboration with Kindbridge Behavioral Health, a mental health care provider. Give self-excluded players rapid access to providers of problem gambling treatment and free mental health assessments is the aim of this service.

Kindbridge CEO Daniel Umfleet stated that he was thrilled about the collaboration and stressed the importance of helping those who are battling compulsive gaming.

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