Gambling Risk Informed Nova Scotia (GRINS) is actively seeking new board members. (Apply here.) WHAT DO WE DO? We are NOT anti-gambling. We work together in community to build informed and caring gambling practices. We raise awareness of the risks and harms gambling can cause in local communities − not only for individuals, but also [...]
by Bruce Dienes on August 5, 2018
Gambling Risk Informed Nova Scotia (GRINS) is a not-for-profit organization based in Nova Scotia Canada.
We have an all-volunteer board of community members who care deeply about the health and safety of our communities.
Our members have had backgrounds in injury prevention, seniors’ safety, addictions counselling, health promotion, community psychology, statistics, research, not-for-profit management and small business.
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