Affiliate Members are non-profit organizations that support and implement the purpose, mission and goals of the NCPG, and serve as the official representative of NCPG in their respective state(s). Affiliate Membership is a status of Membership separate from and different than either Individual or Organizational Membership in the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG).
National Council on Problem Gambling Affiliate Membership Renewal - 2018
For current affiliates only.
The goal of the NCPG Affiliates Membership program is to have an active and effective Affiliate chapter in each state, providing meaningful programs and services to people affected by problem gambling. As representatives of the national association, all Affiliates are required to meet or exceed the following standards:
AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIP STANDARDS
At all times during its membership, an Affiliate Member is expected to:
1. Have a principal office in the state it represents and maintain a working phone number and email address;
2. Be legally qualified as a Federal 501(c)(3) non-profit entity and meet all required city, state and federal business and nonprofit requirements, as applicable;
3. Have a Board of Directors that represents a broad cross-section of stakeholders on gambling issues and convenes at least one time per year;
4. Have a written policy statement that the organization is neither for nor against legalized gambling;
5. Have the duty to advocate for programs to assist anyone affected by problem gambling; and
6. Demonstrate the capacity to provide programs and services for those affected by problem gambling.
AFFILIATE ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL
Please refer to your current copy of the Affiliates Standards, Renewal and Application Policy for complete details.
--Affiliates must complete the renewal process. Any affiliate memberships that are not renewed expire on May 31 each year.
--In extraordinary circumstances, affiliates may request an extension of time to complete the renewal documents or pay dues; or a reduction of dues. This must be done in writing by April 30. Even if a dues reduction is granted, affiliates must still submit your renewal form and documents.