Problem Gambling Prevention
Problem gambling information, education, and referral services.
Free community access resource library and information on alcohol, substance use and problem gambling.
Screening and Referral-Consultation
Assessments and short-term supportive counseling to assist individuals to accept treatment or referral to appropriate levels of care.
Designed for non-violent first time drug offenders aged 25 and younger that are charged with the use or possession of drugs or drug paraphernalia. It is provided in cooperation with the District Attorney’s Office. This program is a client-fee supported series of two, 2-hour sessions.
Designed for under-age youths who have been charged with DWI, DWAI or any other zero-tolerance related offense. It is provided in cooperation with the Oswego County STOP-DWI. This program is a client-fee supported series of two, 3-hour sessions. Project U-Turn is an OASAS approved Alcohol Awareness Program for youth.
Responsible Server Training ( RST )
Designed for anyone who distributes or serves alcoholic beverages and educates how to sell or serve responsibly. There are two different formats of this program, one for on-site drinking venues and one for venues that sell alcohol to be consumed off-site. Responsible Server Training is a GCASA program certified by the New York State Liquor Authority.
Youth Gambling Prevention Initiative: A gambling prevention initiative designed to increase community awareness about risks associated with problem gambling and how adolescents are more susceptible to developing gambling problems. This is a state initiative lead by the New York State Council on Problem Gambling.