The Indiana Division of Mental Health exists to assure the availability of accessible, acceptable and effective mental health and chemical addictions services for Hoosiers.
This state agency licenses and regulates Indiana’s riverboat gaming industry. The Commission ensures compliance with applicable statutes, rules and regulations in a manner that promotes the integrity of gaming, including the casinos, their employees, and the rules of the games.
This state agency’s mission is to achieve excellence in fiscal decision making and fiscal results on behalf of the governor and in support of the Indiana General Assembly. The State Budget Agency facilitates the processes of revenue forecasting, budget development and implementation, and it evaluates and communicates the fiscal and policy effects of legislative proposals.
This agency was created in 1983 to recognize the importance of Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) participation in state purchases. The Commission’s charge is to explore and implement more ways Minority Business Enterprises can fully participate in the state procurement system. It is a multi-purpose service agency for all Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and Women Business Enterprise (WBE) vendors and contractors.
The Indiana Council is an advocate and a resource for problem gamblers and their families as well as a source of information on problem gambling. The Indiana Council’s web site exists to be a resource to those seeking information on problem gambling in Indiana.
The National Center for Responsible Gaming is the first national organization devoted exclusively to funding scientific research on problem and underage gambling. Its mission is to help individuals and families affected by problem gambling disorders and eliminate underage gambling.