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Norwich — Edward & Mary Lord Family Health Center at UCFS will present two programs on problem gambling in March.
The first, “Everything You Wanted to Know About Problem Gambling But Were Afraid to Ask,” will take place from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. March 10.
The program will take place at the United Community & Family Service Clinic at 47 Town St.
Thomas Broffman, assistant professor of sociology and social work at Eastern Connecticut State University, will be the speaker. Lunch will be provided.
The second program, “Perspectives on High School and College Gambling,” will take place March 27 at the UCFS clinic. Speakers will be Susan McLaughlin, prevention educator with the Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling; and Michelle Devine, executive director of the Southeastern Regional Action Council. Lunch will be provided.
Admission to both programs is free. For information, call (860) 892-7042, extension 1640 or visit: www.ucfs.org.