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Gambling and Gaming Addiction

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Gambling and Gaming Addiction: Beyond the One-armed Bandit

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Treatment Centers

Illinois Institute for Addiction Recovery provides treatment at the following centers:

  • IIAR: Peoria
    5409 N. Knoxville Ave.,
    Peoria, IL 61614
  • Advocate Bromenn Medical Center
    Virginia at Franklin Ave.,
    Normal, IL 61761
  • IIAR: Springfield
    2050 W. Iles, St. G,
    Springfield, IL 62704
  • Ingalls Health System
    1 Ingalls Drive,
    Harvey, IL 60426

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References

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