The FSSA Division of Mental Health and Addiction sponsored surveys of people in Indiana ages 12-20, 21-59, and 60+ years old to determine the extent of gaming and betting for money. In July 2005 the Survey Research Center at IUPUI conducted the survey and compiled these reports.
Every year, The Indiana Prevention Resource Center conducts a statewide survey of approximately 200,000 students (6th-12th grade) on gambling behaviors and drug use. The gambling findings from this survey are listed below.
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Indiana Epidemiological Profile
These documents are written for state policymakers and community leaders to support the development of a framework for advancing the mission of the Indiana Substance Abuse Prevention System.
National Council on Problem Gambling
The 2016 Survey of Problem Gambling Services in the United States is a joint project of the Association of Problem Gambling Service Administrators, Inc. (APGSA) in collaboration with the National Council on Problem Gambling, Inc. (NCPG). Funding has been provided, in part, through the generosity of the James K. Spriggs Foundation, a Fidelity Charity donor–advised fund.