Gambling and Other Addiction Recovery Resources and Support.


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1 in 5 Problem Gamblers Attempts Suicide!Still Think Your Lucky_(2)

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**GAMBLING & ADDICTION RECOVERY RESOURCES, SERVICES, & SUPPORT **

 

The National Council of Problem Gambling ~ http://www.ncpgambling.org/

Arnie and Sheila Wexler & Assoc. Gambling Treatment ~ http://www.aswexler.com/
1-888-LAST-BET

Stand Tall Recovery Services ~ http://www.standtallrecoveryservices.com/

Gambling Disorders Clinic ~ http://www.columbiadisordersclinic.org/

Gamblers Anonymous ~ http://www.gamblersanonymous.org/ga/

Gam-Anon ~ http://www.gam-anon.org/

Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand ~ International Support http://pgfnz.org.nz/

GamTalk ~ http://www.gamtalk.org/  Good resources here & online meetings.

Legal Resource for Non-Violent Crimes due to Gambling Addiction
Gambling Court ~ http://www.gamblingcourt.org/

Safe Harbor Gambling Recovery Hub  ~ http://www.sfcghub.com/

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Decide 2 Evolve   – Promoting chronic (invisible) illness recovery ~

Brian D. Satterfield is a certified peer & recovery specialist; chronic illness and trauma liberation advocate, educator, speaker and group facilitator. He is the author of  A Mental Health Survival Guide: How to Manage the Severities of Multi-Mental Health Diagnosis, an Amazon #1 bestseller across three categories. It is a memoir of his severe struggles associated with coping with a multi-mental health diagnosis and is full of documented skills, tools and tips he developed an action plan to cope and manage.

To the family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, and person living with severe chronic illness – Brian works in direct care, in the human services field.  Brian teaches coaches, mentors in conjunction with an already existing (or development of a) recovery plan. Call 911 or go to your local emergency room for duress and, or crisis of body and, or brain. Should a person want to start a life of recovery, please visit my websites resource tab! Many more resources are listed to help you and families!

Brian’s motivation to help others is based on the deep desire to heal a wounded part of himself. He struggled and suffered from several addictions for 23 years. In conjunction – he struggled and suffered from Insomnia, PTSD, Anxiety, Mood Disorder, Panic Disorder from more than 25 years. His book is available here on Amazon.
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Treatment and Hotlines:

Now that Gambling Addiction is the #1 addiction claiming lives by Suicide, don’t let this BE AN OPTION! Please Call!

National Suicide Hotline:

Call 1-800-273-8255

Available 24 hours everyday! Website Chat is offered too!

Suicide Prevention Services – Support is Here   (877) 723-1374

Caring Drug Addiction Hotline – Expertise Backed by Heart‎
(855) 702-8376  Call Now to Speak to an Addiction Professional Who Understands You…

If you or your loved one is in immediate danger or threatening suicide, call 911. If there is no emergency, then these options may prove helpful:

National Problem Gambling Helpline

Call: 1-800-522-4700

Text: 1-800-522-4700

Chat: www.ncpgambling.org/chat

The National Council on Problem Gambling runs the National Problem Gambling Helpline Network completely confidentially, 24/7, 365 days a year. The network is a single national access point for people seeking help for a gambling problem and consists of 28 call centers that provide referrals and information about local resources in all 50 states, Canada, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Gamblers Anonymous National Hotline

Call: 855-2CALLGA  ~ (855-222-5542)

The Gamblers Anonymous National Hotline will connect you to a volunteer in YOUR AREA!

ALGAMUS Gambling Treatment Services888-527-2814 Prescott, Arizona

About ALGAMUS:
Algamus provides compassionate, professional and comprehensive counseling and gambling-specific residential treatment in the mountainous setting of Prescott, AZ. Designed to further educate and support the compulsive gambler in their search for abstinence and recovery, we pride ourselves on offering the best services available. Our facility offers the most effective treatment modalities and methods to assist the problem gambler in discovering freedom and balance.

JCAHO Accredited

Algamus, founded in 1992, is the oldest privately-funded gambling-specific residential treatment facility in the United States. We are the only Joint Commission (JCAHO) approved gambling program in the US. We’ve operated facilities in Florida, South Carolina, and even Quebec.

With only 14 beds, our program puts the individual first. Our nearly one-to-one ratio of staff to patients ensure that we meet each patient where they are in their recovery journey.

Algamus offers treatment modalities such as:

  • Cognitive/behavioral
  • Enneagram
  • 12-Step
  • Equine therapy
  • Trauma resolution
  • Somatic Release
  • Family support systems (including a clinical family weekend)
  • Yoga
  • Meditation


We
 serve men and women from all walks of life and all types of gambling addiction: sports, poker, table games, slot machines, and more. We help our patients begin a new life that is no longer gripped by gambling. Since we focus only on gambling addiction, we understand the unique experience of our patients financial and legal woes better than other rehab programs focusing on drugs and alcohol.  FEATURED ON A&E ~ INTERVENTION

**More Coming Soon & Recovery Hotlines, Websites, and Recovery Blogs to Visit!**

 

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