We provide you with free, confidential services.
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
Call 503-768-6325 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer individual, couple, family and group therapy. When gambling becomes a problem it can be devastating and costly to individuals, families and communities. Problem gambling interferes with the well being of friends, significant others/partners, children, parents, siblings, co-workers, and many others. Anyone affected by problem gambling is welcome to seek help and support.
- We tailor treatment to your unique situation and respect your pace for change.
- Our services include opportunities to learn about problem gambling and strategies to combat it, begin addressing financial problems, and when ready, share experiences with others in similar situations.
- We provide long-term, ongoing support as well as intensive shorter term treatment.
- Problem Gambling Services is located within the Lewis & Clark Community Counseling Center on Barbur Boulevard. Additional services are available through the Community Counseling Center, including mental health counseling; addiction counseling; marriage, couple, and family therapy; and sexuality and relationship counseling. For more information, visit the Community Counseling Center website.
- If you call between 9 am and 5 pm (any day of the week), we will return your call the same day.
- The clinic is open Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm and Monday, Tuesday and Friday from noon until 8:00 pm. (Closed on Wednesday & Thursday)
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
If you are experiencing an emergency, please call one of the helplines below:
- Multnomah County Mental Health Crisis Line: (503) 988-4888
- Available 24/7 for mental health and addictions services
The following additional help lines may also be useful:
- Oregon Problem Gambling Help line: 1-877-695-4648
- Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255, TTY 1-800-799-488
- Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233, TTY 1-800-787-322
Call 503-768-6325 for free gambling treatment services. Located near downtown Portland.