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Can you tell me if there are any gambling addiction treatment centers in greensburg, pennsylvania?

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Dr. Barbara Lavi
Clinical Psychology 35 years experience
Gamblers Anonymous: Try gamblers anonymous. They will know which clinics have the best programs. I googled them ; got this listing of meetings in pa: http://www.Dsf.Health.State.Pa.Us/health/lib/health/bdap/listing_of_pennsylvania_weekly_meeting.Pdf.

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A 29-year-old member asked:

How can I find addiction treatment centers in blawnox, pennsylvania?

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Dr. Shane Russell-Jenkins
Psychiatry 21 years experience
Internet search: I would recommend an internet search. I found 229 places within 100 miles of blawnox. A site i would recommend is www.Findtreatment.Samhsa.Gov, with the closest being: gateway allegheny valley 1360 old freeport road pittsburgh, pa 15238 (412) 963-7077 intake: (412) 766-8700x1120 www.Gatewayrehab.Org.

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