Choices is an outpatient treatment and recovery facility committed to helping individuals overcome problems related to gambling, substance abuse, and mental health through a holistic approach so all co-occurring issues may be addressed.
We offer a 24-hour helpline staffed by licensed counselors, individual and group counseling, and education sessions.
Our counselors are certified with the Nebraska Gamblers Assistance Program. This program allows us to provide, at no charge to the client, assessments for Problem/Pathological Gamblers, consultations/interventions for problem gamblers and their families, financial counseling, and individual treatment.
Choices Staff is also available for presentations to schools, community groups, churches and businesses on the problems of gambling/gaming.
Our counselors are dually credentialed – Choices also offers Mental Health assessments, Family Counseling, Marriage Counseling, Substance Abuse Evaluations, DUI/DWI Education Program, Anger Management Education, and Budget and Finance Counseling.
The Choices Mission
Choices mission is to provide quality services in a caring environment by offering a full range of treatment options to individuals and families.
Bryan LGH Medical Plaza 1500 S 48 St Lincoln, NE Second floor of the Medical Plaza
GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS: Classroom 1A GAMANON: Classroom 1B 1st Saturday of each month GA Gamanon meet together
Grand Island Gamblers Anonymous Friday, 7pm (GA) Open Meeting-Family Members Welcome St. Francis Medical Center, 2116 West Faidley Ave. Room A, Lower Level Phone Contact: Connie 308-390-6398
Hastings Gamblers Anonymous Monday, 6:30pm (GA) Open Meeting-Family Members Welcome Mary Lanning Medical Services Bldg (Basement), 1715 North St Joseph Ave. Phone Contact: Connie 308-390-6958
Kearney Gamblers Anonymous (12 Step) Wednesday, 7:30pm (Gamblers 12 Step) Open Meeting- Family Members Welcome Crossroads Rescue Mission, 1404 East 39th Street Phone Contact: Geoff 308-293-8156, Patrick 308-293-4782
Scottsbluff Gamblers Anonymous (12 Step) Thursday, 6:30 pm (Gamblers 12 Step) Open Meeting- Family Members Welcome 18 West 16th Street Phone Contact: Lisa 308-641-8070
LINCOLN, NE GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS: 402-473-7933
OMAHA, NE GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS: 402-978-7557
NATIONAL/NEBRASKA HELPLINE FOR COMPULSIVE GAMBLING: 1-800-522-4700
Free Assessments for Problem/Pathological Gamblers
Free consultations/interventions for problem gamblers and their families
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Welcome to Holistic HealingWhere Science Meets Recovery
It’s our sincere desire to motivate our clients to choose a more healthy way of life and to help themselves get the life they really want. Watch our short video to learn more about how we can help you overcome your addiction.
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The Holistic Addiction Treatment Program “Your Gateway to Lasting Recovery”
G G Healthcare Services Treatment Program is a nationally recognized drug and alcohol rehab and treatment center with a comprehensive and integrated Mind-Body-Spirit approach to the treatment of addictions and co-occurring disorders. We have over 20 years in the business of helping fellow addicts and alcoholics to recover from the torments of their addictions and we are fully accredited by the Joint Commission.
We know the barriers to successful substance abuse and alcohol treatment that a person’s environment of people, places and things cause and provide a safe a supportive living environment in our beautiful community. Our professional Behavioral Health Techs are on premise 24 hours a day seven days a week and the entire community has state of the art security cameras throughout.
Each client receives over 40 hours a week of individual and group therapy and all of our therapists hold a masters degree or beyond in their respective disciplines. We match each client to the therapists whose treatment modality will best serve the individual. Treatment modality specialties include, but are not limited to: Psychological Testing, Cognitive Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Enhancement Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Neuro The Holistic Addiction Treatment Program “Your Gateway to Lasting Recovery”
G G Healthcare Services Treatment Program is a nationally recognized substance abuse and alcohol rehab and treatment center with a comprehensive and integrated Mind-Body-Spirit approach to the treatment of addictions and co-occurring disorders. We have over 20 years in the business of helping fellow addicts and alcoholics to recover from the torments of their addictions and we are fully accredited by the Joint Commission.
Our Medical staff includes our Medical Director. Physician Assistant, as well as our full time on site medical support staff. Each client is given a full comprehensive blood work up and the results are reviewed by our medical staff and interpreted to the client.
In order to best detoxify the clients our regimen includes weekly spa visits for whirlpool, steam and saunas. In order to rebuild the body and regain self-confidence we take the clients to a world-class gym. In order to better balance and focus the mind the clients are taught meditation techniques and participate in yoga.
Nutrition is critical to rebuild the body and the mind. Our chefs prepare low carb high protein meals that are specifically designed by our registered nutritionist to support the rebuilding process and to instill good nutrition awareness.
By successfully integrating these Holistic addiction treatment components we provide each client with the best foundation they can have for achieving not only lasting recovery from their addictions but as importantly a better way of living a successful and joyous life.
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The Master of Science in Administration Program from the University of South Dakota is a cross-disciplinary program that provides the primary tools and organizational skills necessary to effectively perform administrative roles in public service oriented organizations.
This degree is delivered online, offering convenience and flexibility for working professionals.
M.S. in Administration online coursework focuses on the practical application of administrative theory, and the development of an intellectual framework for analyzing and successfully addressing the challenges faced by modern administrators. Our online Master of Science in Administration programs benefit mid-career professionals working in a variety of settings, including government agencies, nonprofit and social service organizations, health care, and education as well as private sector organizations that provide public services. Graduates of the M.S. in Administration program are prepared to lead and manage organizations; analyze, think critically, solve problems, and make decisions; adequately consider the ethical and legal implications of their administrative decisions; and communicate effectively with organizational members and stakeholders. If you’re looking for online Master of Science in Administration programs that can help you develop your management and health care skills, look no further than the University of South Dakota.
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One official transcript verifying receipt of an undergraduate degree and previous graduate credit earned
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What is Internet addiction and how much time online is too much? How young is too young for children to go online? What can you do to better manage your technology use in your daily life? I address these questions and more in my first TED talk .
I launched the first study on Internet addiction in 1995, I wrote Caught in the Net in 1998, the first book to treat Internet addiction, and I have worked ever since to develop and discuss research and treatment for this rapidly evolving problem.
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Signs of Internet Addiction
Meeting 5 of the criteria of the Internet Addiction Diagnostic Questionnaire (IADQ) means you are addicted.
Do you feel preoccupied with the Internet (think about previous online activity or anticipate next online session)?
Do you feel the need to use the Internet with increasing amounts of time in order to achieve satisfaction?
Have you repeatedly made unsuccessful efforts to control, cut back, or stop Internet use?
Do you feel restless, moody, depressed, or irritable when attempting to cut down or stop Internet use?
Do you stay online longer than originally intended?
Have you jeopardized or risked the loss of significant relationship, job, educational or career opportunity because of the Internet?
Have you lied to family members, therapist, or others to conceal the extent of involvement with the Internet?
Do you use the Internet as a way of escaping from problems or of relieving a dysphoric mood (e.g. feelings of helplessness, guilt, anxiety, depression)?
Other Symptoms Include:
Failed attempts to control behavior
Neglecting friends and family
Neglecting sleep to stay online
Being dishonest with others
Feeling guilty, ashamed, anxious, or depressed as a result of online behavior
Weight gain or loss, backaches, headaches, carpal tunnel syndrome
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We have virtual and physical chips to recognize milestones of sobriety. For thirty days and up we have virtual chips. You can reward yourself by accessing a link here. Better yet, share your sobriety time in a meeting or in the chatroom, and someone can send you a virtual chip.
We have physical chips we can mail to you to celebrate 90 days, 6 months, 9 months, a year, 18 months, and multiple years. Announce your sober time in a meeting, celebrate, and be sure to tell a host or moderator your address. Your address will be given to our Chips Person, who will send one in the mail to you.
Verifications of meeting attendance are sent via email. If you need a meeting verification, let the host know in a private message both at the beginning and at the end of the meeting. You will need to provide the host your name and the email address where you want the verification sent. Meetings are one and one half hours long and full attendance is required.
Please note, only registered hosts can send a verification. Check the schedule for your host’s name — if it‘s on it somewhere, then that person is registered. Or just ask. We’re glad you’re here and can get a taste of recovery!
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The 12 Steps Of Marijuana Anonymous
We admitted we were powerless over marijuana, that our lives had become unmanageable.
Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.
Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God, as we understood God.
Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.
Admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.
Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character.
Humbly asked God to remove our shortcomings.
Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all.
Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.
Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong, promptly admitted it.
Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God, as we understood God, praying only for knowledge of God’s will for us and the power to carry that out.
Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to marijuana addicts and to practice these principles in all our affairs.
The 12 Traditions Of Marijuana Anonymous
Our common welfare should come first; personal recovery depends upon M.A. unity.
For our group purpose there is but one ultimate authority, a loving God whose expression may come through in our group conscience. Our leaders are but trusted servants; they do not govern.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using marijuana.
Each group should be autonomous except in matters affecting other groups or M.A. as a whole.
Each group has but one primary purpose, to carry its message to the marijuana addict who still suffers.
M.A. groups ought never endorse, finance, or lend the M.A. name to any related facility or outside enterprise, lest problems of money, property, and prestige divert us from our primary purpose.
Every M.A. group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions.
Marijuana Anonymous should remain forever nonprofessional, but our service centers may employ special workers.
M.A. as such, ought never be organized, but we may create service boards or committees directly responsible to those they serve.
Marijuana Anonymous has no opinion on outside issues; hence the M.A. name ought never be drawn into public controversy.
Our public relations policy is based upon attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio, t.v. film, and other public media. We need guard with special care the anonymity of all fellow M.A. members.
Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our traditions, ever reminding us to place principles before personalities.
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Facts About the Most Used and Abused Drugs from Alcohol to Ecstasy:
The path to drug addiction begins with that first act of taking drugs. Over time, a person may need more of the drug to get the same effect. Drug seeking becomes compulsive, in large part as a result of the effects of prolonged drug use on brain functioning and, thus, on behavior. Drug addiction makes drug use a compelling need, not a casual choice.
The drug addiction Newsletter is published periodically, and provides up-to-date information concerning advancements in the treatment of drug addiction, as well as drug addiction trends.
What is Amphetamine Addiction?
Viewed in some circles as the less-threatening “little brother” of the dangerous and highly addictive crystal meth, amphetamine remains a significant threat to the adolescents and adults who use the drug in misguided attempts to fight off fatigue, enhance concentration, or gain a competitive edge in an athletic event.
Drug Addiction an Illness, Not a Crime
Whether addiction is an actual disease remains a hotly debated topic � one which probably will continue. Webster�s defines ‘disease’ as follows: “Any departure from health presenting marked symptoms; malady, illness; disorder”. Drug addiction certainly meets that measure; show me a drug addict and I�ll show you someone presenting symptoms of illness, malady and disorder.
Utah has some of the highest rates of drug-related deaths in the nation. In 2007, the state’s number of deaths related to drug use nearly doubled the national average.
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Methamphetamine is the biggest drug threat to Utah residents. It also makes up the majority of primary rehab admissions within the state. Other drugs commonly cited in treatment admissions for Utah include:
Although the number of methamphetamine labs in Utah has dropped since the early 2000s, drug trafficking operations have dramatically increased. Most of the state’s methamphetamine comes from Mexico and the southwestern states, as well as from Canada and northwestern states like Washington and Montana. It’s typically transported through Utah in private vehicles traveling on I-15, I-80 and I-70, but commercial buses, trucks and airplanes are also used.
Prescription drug abuse, like painkillers, is also a major issue for Utah residents. In the past decade, the state has seen a 400 percent increase in prescription drug-related deaths. Because over 60 percent of Utah’s population are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, many people with a prescription drug addiction are Mormon. Drug use is strictly prohibited in the Latter-Day Saint community, however, many addictions begin by taking prescription drugs to treat a medical condition. Since they were prescribed by a doctor, many believe they’re okay to take. Over time, the person may develop a spiraling addiction that leads to seeking out street drugs, like heroin, to continue feeling the euphoric “high” they crave. In many cases, people who became addicted to prescription drugs need them just to feel normal.
An addiction has the power to bring your goals and aspirations to a screeching halt. But when you turn toward treatment, you can reach recovery. Get the help you deserve by calling us now .
Laws of Utah Drug Abuse
Penalties for the possession of drugs in Utah vary according to the type of substance involved. Utah classifies its drugs into five schedules based on the likelihood of addiction and perceived dangerousness. Schedule I substances are considered most addictive, while schedule V drugs have the lowest risk of addiction.
While drug penalties in Utah are tough, state officials are advocating treatment-based approaches in lieu of jail time. In October 2015, Utah passed a law to decriminalize first-time and second-time schedule I and schedule II drug possession offenses. Charges for these offenses were reduced from third-degree felonies to class A misdemeanors. The law also decreases the size of drug-free zones where violators would normally receive increased charges. With these changes to the previous laws, Utah hopes to see a decrease in repeat drug-related offenses and an increase in people getting treatment.