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It's Time to Quit Gambling

Algamus is the oldest gambling specific, privately owned, residential program in the United States. Our services are designed to your specific needs. Our therapy is intentionally designed to fit the needs of each individual client. Our professional experience with gambling addiction has taught us that the most successful method to helping compulsive gamblers is through an individualized treatment plan. Many of our clients have traveled from all around the country and world to receive the help we can offer.

Problem gambling is gambling behavior that causes disruptions in any major area of life: psychological, physical, social or vocational. The term “Problem Gambling” includes, but is not limited to, the condition known as “Pathological”, or “Compulsive” Gambling, a progressive addiction characterized by increasing preoccupation with gambling, a need to bet more money more frequently, tenseness or irritability when attempting to stop, “chasing” losses, and loss of control manifested by continuation of the gambling behavior in spite of mounting, serious, negative outcomes.

What is Gambling Addiction Treatment?

Those who participate in gambling to an unmanageable degree seldom recover without professional assistance. Our treatment center provides that assistance. Work with Algamus for gambling addiction treatment to get the professional help you deserve.  If you or someone you know is suffering from a gambling addiction, don’t wait to start an experience that will change your life. Gambling addiction is a progressive disorder and will only worsen. Call us today and start a new journey!

Topics: Gambling Addiction

Rick Benson

Written by Rick Benson

Rick founded Algamus Recovery Centers in 1992. A Cornell University graduate, Rick is an Internationally Certified Gambling Counselor (ICGC-II) and a Canadian Problem Gambling Counselor (CPGC). Algamus and Rick were featured on the very first episode of Intervention on the A&E channel.