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Alcoholism, prescription painkiller addiction, gambling, depression – all these issues and more can become issues of high urgency in a society plagued by a recession. As unemployment and the threat of unemployment take over and bills pile up, more and more Americans seek refuge in compulsive behaviors. Unfortunately, these behaviors can become addictions and ultimately just increase the stress and problems at home.

Families in Fort Worth, Texas can find treatment for compulsion disorders like addiction when they contact us at the phone number listed here. Search also: Dallas Drug Treatment Centers

Compulsive Disorders: Addiction and Gambling Go Hand in Hand

When one compulsive disorder exists, it’s fairly common for the patient to experience issues with another compulsive disorder as well. For example, both gambling addiction and drug dependence are disorders that are defined by compulsively indulging in the self-destructive behavior (e.g., gambling or abusing drugs) – many gamblers are often addicts.

In a May 2012 gambling raid in Fort Worth TX, many of the 60 people arrested weren’t just gambling – many were caught with drug paraphernalia and illicit substances as well. In order to continue gambling for long periods of time, many drink alcohol or indulge in stimulant drugs. In fact, many patients will stop gambling when they stop abusing drugs and alcohol. Relapse in one behavior often precipitates relapse in the other behavior as well.

In these cases, it’s important for patients to seek drug addiction treatment that addresses their issues with other compulsive behaviors. Those who fight off self-destructive behaviors like sex addiction, gambling addiction, food addiction and codependency often require a specialized addiction treatment program that offers psychotherapeutic treatments that address these issues as well as the problems related to addiction.

Specialized Addiction Treatment Is Available Now: Call Today

Whether you are in need of a Dual Diagnosis rehab or you prefer to enroll in a treatment program that deals solely with addiction, we can help. Fort Worth, TX families are invited to contact us at the number listed here today.

Alcoholics Anonymous

1311 E Seminary Dr

Fort Worth TX, 76115-2945
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Cenikor Foundation

2209 S Main St

Fort Worth TX, 76110-2110
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Community Addiction Treatment

1501 E El Paso St # B

Fort Worth TX, 76102-6765
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Recovery Resource Council

2700 Airport Fwy

Fort Worth TX, 76111-2332
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Santa Fe Youth Services

7524 Mosier View Ct # 200

Fort Worth TX, 76118-7122
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Tarrant Council On Alcoholism

1701 West Fwy # 1

Fort Worth TX, 76102-6031
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