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Why Treating Inner City Gamblers Is So Difficult 

Experts treating inner city gamblers face an array of problems, a recent report points out. Major barriers are that the gambling is hidden underneath other problems such as substance abuse and mental health issues, and current social services lack money and resources to treat these problems. Researchers also found that for people who do seek help, they are least likely to respond to the treatment, Science Daily writes

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