Bob Cabaniss On NBC 4

Almost 4 percent of the U.S. population has a gambling problem, and with more casinos coming to Maryland, some experts worry that gambling is going to become an addiction for a lot of people throughout the D.C. region. Williamsville Wellness Founder Bob Cabaniss is...

Richmond Times Dispatch Article

At 20, Joseph Curci has lost $40,000 to gambling since he started playing poker with friends five years ago. Then he started hitting the racetrack near his New Jersey home. Sports betting came next. Before long, his addiction was blowing through the entire $600 a week...

Featured on MTV’s True Life: I’m a Gambler

Whether betting on sports, black jack, or online poker, many of us enjoy the occasional chance to turn loose change into mad money. But for nine million Americans — gambling is a dangerous preoccupation that’s causing massive debt, damaged relationships, and even jail...

Our Executive Director Quoted in New York Post

Liberty could get up to $1M from Foxwoods In a league where every revenue dollar counts, the Liberty yesterday announced a multiyear sponsorship deal with Foxwoods Resorts Casino that will give the Connecticut gambling giant prominent placement on the WNBA...