Problem Gambling in an Aging Population

  • Virtual Event
     March 18, 2024
     12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The population of the United States is graying more and more every year. Our aging population is especially susceptible to issues that stem from problem gambling. During this virtual presentation via Zoom, we will review the unique circumstances that make seniors vulnerable to problem gambling, as well as signs and symptoms of problem gambling that can alert friends, family members, and caregivers that a loved one could be in trouble. Problem gambling is something that can be treated! Resources for prevention and treatment of problem gambling will also be discussed.


FREE training- certificates available 

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Josh Mountz, MEd, CPS earned a BS in Ornamental Horticulture from Delaware Valley University in 1998 and finished the Teacher Certification Internship Program (TCIP) in 2007. Through working with youth groups at church, coaching softball, and teaching marching band, Josh has been working with young people in the community for over 20 years. In 2013 he took an opportunity to teach at the college level and worked with the athletics department at Saint Francis University in Loretto, PA while earning his master’s degree in education.

Josh then began working for Compass Mark in Lebanon, facilitating school programs. He enjoyed being in the classroom and working closely with teachers and students. In 2016, Josh moved into the prevention specialist role, added training coordinator to his title in 2022, and became certified by the PA Department of Education to do Student Assistance Program (SAP) training. As part of Compass Mark’s Training Department, Josh helps to prepare educators to sit on school SAP teams and intervene with students experiencing barriers to learning.


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Venue:   Virtual via Zoom


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