Problem Gambling Treatment
The goals of the Heartland Family Service Problem Gambling Treatment program are to improve the quality of life for gamblers and to help them grow and live in recovery. Education of clients includes learning about the process of addiction, relapse prevention, and medical/psychological aspects of addiction. The outpatient structure enables the problem gambler to continue to meet job, school, and family obligations while managing his or her financial situation. Services include individual and group therapy and financial counseling.
Counseling, education, and support services are also available to family members or concerned others. The Problem Gambling Treatment program also provides prevention information and education to the community.
Eligibility: Must reside in Harrison, Mills, or Pottawattamie counties in Iowa, and be seeking help for a gambling diagnosis.
Call: 24/7 Problem Gambling Crisis Line | (800) Bets-Off
Text: (855) 895-8398
Funding: The Heartland Family Service Problem Gambling Treatment program is part of the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) Integrated Provider Network, with services funded by the IDPH and the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.