Gambling Addiction Hotline

Approximately 1% of US adults suffer from a gambling addiction, also known as problem gambling. The percentage seems low, but this represents over two million individuals. An additional six million Americans have mild-to-moderate gambling problems, per the National Council on Problem Gambling.

Not counting all the money lost and issues that gambling can cause at home, those with a gambling addiction are twice as likely to experience depression. Around two-thirds of gambling addicts will commit a gambling-related crime in their lifetimes. Perhaps worst of all, around 80% of those who suffer from problem gambling will never seek treatment.

Simply put, there are not enough resources available for gambling addiction treatment. We want to change that for the better. Here are three gambling addiction helplines that are free and confidential. Call today.

Addiction Experts

Call us anytime at 855-945-4310 to reach a behavioral health specialist who can provide counseling, information, and resources for problem gambling treatment. You may also visit our homepage where you’ll find access to a wealth of more info, including an option to have a specialist call you directly.

Gambling Addiction Hotline

The Gambling Addiction Hotline exists only to help those who suffer from problem gambling. For free and confidential info, support, resources and/or referrals, call 844-779-2637. A trained expert will help you find your best method of betterment. Visit their website too, which offers a wealth of information, by clicking here.

NCPG Helpline

The National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) provides free support, resources, and referrals to any American seeking help with gambling addiction. Call 800-522-4700 anytime to reach a trained professional who is ready to help. Or, visit the NCPG website by clicking here.

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Dr. John Elgin Wilkaitis

Dr. John Elgin Wilkaitis completed medical school at The University of Mississippi Medical Center and residency in general psychiatry in 2003. He completed a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in 2005. Following this, he served as Chief Medical Officer for 10 years of Brentwood Behavioral Healthcare a private health system including a 105-bed hospital, residential treatment, and intensive outpatient services.

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