Day treatment, also known as a partial hospitalization program, is available with or without boarding. This program offers intensive group education and therapy services during the day with the ability to stay overnight or transition to a supportive home environment in the evening.
Outpatient care, including intensive outpatient and continuing care, provides structured education and group support to maintain a program of ongoing recovery. Daytime and evening groups are available.
- Educational Groups
- Group Counseling
- Individual Counseling
- Family Programming
- Family Visiting
- Leisure and Fitness Activities
- Recovery support such as 12 step peer support and education
- Individualized Recovery and Discharge Planning
- Medical support as needed including medication-assisted treatment
Signs & Symptoms to Consider
Signs and Symptoms of Gambling Disorder:
- Gambles increasing amounts of money to achieve the desired effect, attempts to cut back, stop or control.
- Experiences feelings of restlessness or irritability when attempting to cut down or stop.
- Gambles to escape feelings or problems.
- After losing money, will often return to chase losses.
- Dishonesty related to gambling behaviors.
- Commits illegal acts to finance gambling.
- Difficulties with relationship, jobs, or education because of gambling.
- Experiences debt as a result of gambling.
If you are concerned or have questions about gambling disorder, call (309) 691-1055 to learn more about how we can help.
*Modified from DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders)
Signs and Symptoms of Gaming Addiction:
- Preoccupation with gaming.
- Withdrawal symptoms when gaming is taken away or not possible. (sadness, anxiety, irritability)
- Tolerance, the need to spend more time gaming to satisfy the urge.
- Inability to reduce playing, unsuccessful attempts to quit gaming.
- Giving up other activities, loss of interest in previously enjoyed activities due to gaming.
- Continuing to game despite problems.
- Deceiving family members or others about the amount of time spent on gaming.
- The use of gaming to relieve negative moods, such as guilt or hopelessness.
- Risk, having jeopardized or lost a job or relationship due to gaming.
- If you are concerned or have questions about gaming addiction, call (309) 691-1055 to learn more about how we can help.
*Proposed criteria from section III of DSM-5
Signs and Symptoms of Shopping/Spending Addiction:
- Feeling a rush of euphoria when spending money.
- Shopping or spending money as a result of feeling depressed or anxious.
- Dishonesty related to spending habits.
- Arguments with others about one's shopping or spending habits
- If you are concerned or have questions about shopping/spending addiction, call (309) 691-1055 to learn more about how we can help.
Signs and Symptoms of Binge Eating:
- Eating much more rapidly than normal, until feeling uncomfortably full and/or eating large amounts of food when not feeling physically hungry.
- Eating alone because of being embarrassed by how much one is eating.
- Feeling disgusted with oneself, depressed, or very guilty after overeating.
- Marked distress regarding binge eating.
- Absence of compensatory behaviors (such as purging).
- If you are concerned or have questions about binge eating, call (309) 691-1055 to learn more about how we can help.
*Modified from DSM-5
Experiencing a Crisis?
For life-threatening concerns, call 911 or be taken to your nearest emergency department.
For mental health and substance use crisis support and resources, contact:
Trillium Place Crisis Services, available 24/7: