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"You need to understand
yourself to stop gambling"
"...and that is what we are
going to help you to do"
"I never planned on becoming
a problem gambler,
but I just couldn't stop."
"I no longer have to
gamble to live
or live to gamble."
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Over 70% of our patients stop gambling forever

Four Hundred Acres of Serenity in Hanover Virginia

Williamsville Wellness offers a tranquil space to reflect on the damage created by problem gambling. It provides a safe space for honest self-examination. This environment, coupled with our holistic approach to treatment and life, encourages and supports change. Treatment for gambling addiction is not one size fits all; this is why Williamsville focuses on the individual needs of our patients. Our patients have a minimum of 20 one to one sessions per week. This enables the individual to quickly recognize the impact that gambling addiction has had on their life while also empowering them to start the process of rebuilding.
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Flexible Treatment Programs

Our world class residential addiction treatment programs provide a solid foundation of knowledge to break the bonds of addiction and enjoy lasting recovery.
14 Days
  • Problem Severity Assessment
  • Gambling History
  • Gambling Triggers
  • Mental Health Screening
  • Psychological Testing
  • Accurate Diagnosis of Mental Health Issues
  • Individualized Recovery Planning
21 Days
  • Allows for the continuation of our 14-day Program by working on addiction issues in more depth to gain insight and ensure success
  • Designed for more severe issues requiring more time
  • Designed to resolve assessed areas by further psychological testing
  • Designed for medical management issues
  • Intended for co-occurring mental health issues
  • Designed to put aftercare plan inplace prior to leaving
28 Days
  • Designed for those wanting to Master areas of their individualized plan
  • Designed to achieve confidence in carrying out aftercare plans
  • Designed for those with co-occurring mental health issues
  • Designed for those wanting several family/partner visits
  • Designed for those requiring a longer program for legal issues
  • Written forensic reports for judges, lawyers & probation officers

Helping People Stop Using & Start Living Since 2006

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How to determine which treatment facility is best for you or your loved one?

You have decided that you or your loved one is in need of treatment. Now what? How do you find out about treatment facilities? What level of care is needed? How do you know if a treatment center is a right fit? How do you know if you are getting what you pay for? Here are a few tips for making the best decision for treatment.

What level of care is needed?

Identifying the appropriate level of care is the first step when looking for a treatment facility. Speak to your doctor or mental health provider to determine the appropriate level of care. Levels of care for treatment facilities include residential or partial hospitalization. Knowing the appropriate level of care will determine what treatment facility is appropriate.

How do you find out about treatment facilities?

A list of treatment facilities by zip code and service can be found at Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration ( SAMHSA, http://www.samhsa.gov/treatment/). Be sure to check out the facility webpage and also make phone calls regarding costs, accepted health insurances and treatment focus areas.

How do you know if a treatment facility is a right fit?

Not all treatment facilities are created equal. So, how do you know which treatment facility to choose? The individual needs of a person is the first thing to consider when choosing a treatment facility. For example, choose a facility that can address specific addiction (gambling, substance use) and mental health needs. Check out what therapies are offered, such as evidence based-practices (Cognitive Behavioral Therapies, Dialectal Behavioral Therapies, Expressive Therapies, and Trauma Therapies). In addition, addiction treatment should include work with peer counselors (counselors who are in recovery) and provide follow up care, such as referrals for additional treatments and support in identifying recovery needs. Another way to determine if a facility can meet your needs is to check out the staff credentials and ensure that the facility has appropriate licensing. In addition to treatment needs and therapies, also consider the individual attention that is given to each patient. A low staff to patient ratio and a focus on individual sessions will ensure that you or your loved one will receive one on one attention.

How do you know if you are getting what you pay for?

Addiction and mental health treatment is expensive, making affordability a consideration when planning for treatment and for your future. It is important to consider the value of treatment when determining the cost. Are you paying for treatment or for the location and amenities? Williamsville Wellness offers the look and feel of home with the safety and security of an inpatient/residential treatment facility. Patients are surrounded by 400 acres of beautiful farmland with modern amenities and an in house chef and a personal trainer to supplement each patient’s holistic needs. In addition to the beautiful surroundings and amenities, Williamsville also focuses on meeting individual needs through intensive individual and group sessions. At Williamsville, we have a 1:1 therapist patient ratio and offer 20 individual sessions per week. The focus on individual sessions ensure that each patient is receiving individual attention, encouragement and support for processing and exploring root issues to addiction and mental health concerns. We address issues of addiction and mental health through a variety of evidence-based therapies and have on site peer counselors that support patients through the steps of AA/NA/GA. Williamsville Wellness also has mainly private rooms which most need during this time in their life. Williamsville Wellness has 12 private rooms and 2 doubles which allows us to treat a maximum of 16 patients. Williamsville wellness is in-network with most major insurers which enables you to have intensive therapy in an excellent environment at the lowest possible cost.

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Bob Cabaniss On NBC 4

Almost 4 percent of the U.S. population has a gambling problem, and with more casinos coming to Maryland, some experts worry that gambling is going to become an addiction for a lot of people throughout the D.C. region. Williamsburg Wellness Founder Bob Cabaniss is featured in this video from Washington DC NBC 4

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Richmond Times Dispatch: Read about Williamsville Wellness

At 20, Joseph Curci has lost $40,000 to gambling since he started playing poker with friends five years ago. Then he started hitting the racetrack near his New Jersey home. Sports betting came next. Before long, his addiction was blowing through the entire $600 a week he was bringing in as a waiter…. To read the entire

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Williamsville Wellness featured on MTV’s True Life: I’m a Gambler

Whether betting on sports, black jack, or online poker, many of us enjoy the occasional chance to turn loose change into mad money. But for nine million Americans — gambling is a dangerous preoccupation that’s causing massive debt, damaged relationships, and even jail time. On this episode of True Life, you’ll meet three

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