At StepHouse Recovery, we offer a fully comprehensive treatment program for those struggling with gambling addiction and problem gambling throughout the Orange County area. As an experienced gambling addiction treatment center, we make it possible for our patients to find relief using a combination of surveillance, education, counseling, life-skills training, case management, and disciplinary procedures within a safe and secure setting.
At StepHouse Recovery we are committed to high-quality patient care and work to ensure that patients are comfortable during their recovery process and able to live a life without struggle from gambling addiction. This makes us the provider of choice for patients throughout California.
We take the time to get to know our patient’s needs and their ongoing struggles with stress, conflict and emotions and the choices that are made because of this struggle. This often involves first identifying your unique gambling addiction needs followed by cognitive behavioral therapy and learning ways to cope with cravings or your desire to gamble. Thanks to our highly knowledgeable and experienced treatment staff, we can help patients throughout Orange County CA to overcome their gambling addiction in a way that problem gamblers know how to fight gambling urges, deal with uncomfortable emotions rather than escape through gambling.
We work with adults of all ages and commonly hear if you don’t gamble everyday then it’s not a problem. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Patients throughout the Orange County area come to us because they are struggling with their and are turning to us for help. While, in years past, there may have been very few options available for addiction gambling, cognitive behavior therapy along with our ongoing counseling has opened the door to solutions that provide the foundation for a successful and long term recovery from gambling addiction. To find out more about StepHouse Recovery and gambling addiction, call 888-923-7623 and schedule a consultation.
According to Rehab International, a study recently conducted reveals that in America, approximately 2.5 million adults suffer from compulsive gambling, about 3 million are considered problem gamblers, around 15 million adults are under the risk of becoming problem gamblers and 148 million fall under the low risk gambler category.