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Grant: Bo Bernhard
Bo Bernhard (International Gaming Institute) received a total of $139,372 in grant funding from the Nevada department of health and human services for the Nevada Problem Gambling Project. The funding will be used to support ongoing data collection and research projects that study several stages of the client experience in engaging state-funded problem gambling clinics in the state of Nevada.
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