Residential treatment provides 24 hour care, recovery activities and support to problem gamblers for 30 days.
Treatment is conducted in a licensed substance use disorder treatment program with experience in treating gambling disorders.
Beit T’Shuvah’s RIGHT ACTION Problem Gambling Program Presents:
Residential & Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Problem Gamblers
If you or someone you know needs treatment for a gambling disorder healthRIGHT 360 is an authorized CalGETS provider offering residential
care for gamblers. Gamblers entering healthRIGHT360 will be housed in a facility that also offers individuals with a substance use disorder
a full spectrum of residential and outpatient services including mental health, medication management, case management, individual and group
therapy, primary medical care, chronic disease management (diabetes, HIV, hepatitis B/C), specialized services for women, family advocacy
and reunification, parolee services, workforce development, and housing resources and referrals. Gamblers will attend some weekly
specialized treatment sessions, but will also attend sessions integrated with other clients.
Call our Intake Department at 414-762-3700 Extension: 10202 (Intake Office hours: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm) or attend an orientation session held
Monday – Friday from 8:45 am to 9:30 am at our Central Intake Office.
UCLA Gambling Studies Program
The UCLA Gambling Studies Program is now enrolling California
residents who are seeking help to manage their gambling problems
into their Clinical Innovations Program. This project is free
to those who are eligible. In addition, participants who complete
this treatment program will also receive compensation.
To find out more about this treatment program, contact the UCLA
Gambling Studies Program by calling: 310.825.4845; e-mailing:
or visiting the website,
The UCLA Gambling Studies Program is devoted to understanding
pathological gambling, its causes, natural history, cultural
factors, and the obstacles to successful treatment. It is part of
The Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, an
interdisciplinary research and education institute devoted to the
understanding of complex human behavior, including the genetic,
biological, behavioral and sociocultural underpinnings of normal
behavior, and the causes and consequences of neuropsychiatric