The National Coordination service (NCS) aims to support and strengthen problem gambling services funded by the Ministry of Health by providing a number of initiatives that support the infrastructure of the sector.
Working with generic providers, dedicated Maori providers, dedicated Pacific providers and other cultural groups in defining the detail and structure of these initiatives will be critical to successful coordination.
The Problem Gambling National Coordination Service is a Ministry of Health contracted service delivered by The Salvation Army in partnership with The University of Auckland's Centre for Gambling Studies.
The National Coordination Service's key objectives.
The quarterly NCS newsletter introduces new staff, profiles providers, looks at best practice, workforce development, research, sector events and Ministry of Health and DIA updates.
Details about past sectoral and national provider workforce development events.
Annual calendar of important events for the Problem Gambing Provider sector.
A directory of problem gambling websites in New Zealand.
Public health events happening around the country every 1st September.
Information and links to the other agencies which impact on our problem gambling work.
An archive of National Coordination Service events from 2008-2010.
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