Gambling Disorder Screening Day

Gambling Disorder Screening Day is Tuesday, March 11, 2025

A day where we strive to heighten awareness that problem gambling screenings and resources are available throughout Washington State.

Community Events

Submit Your Washington State Screening Day Event!

Send us your event so we can post it and help spread the word.

Watch On Demand!

FREE WEBINAR 2023: A discussion on Problem Gambling and Asian-American communities with guests Harumi Hashimoto, LMHC, ICGC-II, SUDP, Clinical Director of Recovery Services at the Asian Counseling and Referral Service and Frank Song, MS, Graduate Student of Clinical Psychology at the University of Washington. Together we’ll explore Gambling Disorder screenings, support, and services on Facebook Live and YouTube. (No CEs, no registration required) 

Get Ready for Gambling Disorder Screening Day

Are you looking to host a Gambling Disorder Screening Day event? Get the Cambridge Health alliance Division of Addiction GDSD toolkit for hosts and supporters.

Online Screening Tools

Take or Share Our Confidential Three Question eScreener:

Visit Cambridge Health Alliance’s website and access a free, confidential online screening.:

Problem Gambling Resource Kit

If you would like more information about problem gambling, or you are looking for resources (including a complete list of Washington state treatment providers) please click here.

Download Brief Bio-Social Gambling Screen.

If you have questions about Gambling Disorder Screening Day, please contact Tana at

Cambridge Health Alliance Division on Addiction Screening Day Info and Toolkit

Gambling Disorder Screening Day (GDSD) is a one-day event held annually on the second Tuesday of March during Problem Gambling Awareness Month (PGAM). Established in 2014, Screening Day has included supporters and screeners from Cambridge Health Alliance, Massachusetts and New England, the United States, and around the world. Screening Day has helped identify individuals in those regions who might have Gambling Disorder and should seek further assessment.

Want to participate? Learn more and download the toolkit: