Compulsive Gambling Treatment
Key Recovery offers one-on-one therapy to individuals struggling with compulsive gambling. Those with compulsive gambling may have a co-occurring psychiatric issue, such as depression, substance abuse, or anxiety, just like those with addiction.
An individual may be referred to our psychiatrist for a medication evaluation and subsequent medication visits. Compulsive gambling becomes a family system issue and family therapy is important to the therapeutic process. The family may need assistance with a financial plan of action and plans for how finances should be monitored moving forward. If insurance does not cover gambling treatment, Key Recovery is contracted with the state to provide outpatient gambling treatment to individuals who cannot afford the treatment or individuals who are denied treatment by their insurance company. We will also assist clients in learning the supportive services available to gamblers like Gamblers Anonymous, Gamanon and the state “Self Exclusion” program.
CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION
- Mild to moderate withdrawal risk.
- Bio-Medical Conditions requiring less than intensive medical treatment.
- Patient requires structure to allow focus on recovery due to mild to moderate emotional or behavioral instability. Displays poor impulse control.
- Accepting treatment, but in need of a structured environment to maintain and achieve therapeutic goals.
- Lacks, or has minimal relapse prevention skills. Inability to stop gambling and using drugs and/or alcohol without intervention. Impacts of gambling and/or substance abuse on life systems are clearly evident.
- Relapse danger exists in the home environment, but recovery is achievable.
- Individuals age 18 and over.
An Environment of Compassion
KeyStone Center provides treatment for addiction and co-occurring issues at our facility five miles south of Philadelphia International Airport in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. We provide addiction services to patients from all over the country.
We offer no-cost, confidential assessments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call us today at 610-876-9000.