We’re building the largest network of mental health treatment providers with a focus on gambling and gaming disorders in the United States.
Our job is to provide a tailored digital patient experience that is fit to deliver top patient care and the highest quality recovery outcomes so that our therapists can focus entirely on their patients.
We are working with several major insurance providers across the US, including Medicare, United Healthcare, and Aetna, to lower barrier access to mental health services for problem gamblers.
Our teletherapy expertise and experience in treating disorders are being used to establish ‘virtual best practice’ to improve treatment efficacy and establish a virtual center of excellence.
We use only licensed therapists to conduct therapy. Our network of therapists reaches across 18 States and is continuously growing with the intent of covering all States by 2023.
All therapists become trained and certified to treat both gambling and internet gaming through IGCCB.
Our list of accepted insurances is also rapidly expanding.
The United States online gambling market is projected to register a CAGR of 15.41% during the forecast period (2020 – 2025)
According to industry insiders, the iGaming market in the U.S. will continue to expand gradually. This year, more states are going to take the steps to legalize online gaming and sports betting. By 2025, as many as 25 or more states may have legalized and launched the activity. – Jerome Garcia, Gambling News
iGaming gets the attention
“For states, however, the more enticing justification for internet gambling is likely to be the potential boost it could give to struggling state budgets, and the states that have authorized mobile sports betting have shown promising early results. In New Jersey, where sports betting brought in roughly $43 million in tax revenue, mobile betting has accounted for roughly 80% of the total amount wagered in the state. In Indiana, which launched sports betting at the start of 2020, revenue from mobile sports betting was 81.3% of total handle in March, before the pandemic; in July, it rose to 91%, despite all physical casinos reopening in mid-June.
Nationwide, in the few states that offer it, iGaming brought in $402.7 million in gross gaming revenue during the second quarter of 2020, a 253% year-over-year increase and a more productive quarter than national sports betting operations have had to date, according to the American Gaming Association.” –National Conference of State Legislatures Fiscal Brief
The negative effects that you may be feeling as a result of your recent gambling activity can have a negative impact on your overall wellbeing and mental health. If you would like a free 30-minute mental health assessment with a licensed care provider, click here now.
Abusive gambling tendencies and addictions can be as much as 10% higher in employees consistently exposed through their work than that of the general population. Kindbridge can easily embed therapeutic services into your current EAP infrastructure to offer your employees direct access to mental health professionals that specialize in gambling and gaming treatments.
Therapy may seem daunting, especially if you have never had it before. But Kindbridge’s specialized approach means that you are guided through treatment and recovery from your first contact with us.
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Not every player or employee will require additional mental health services. For those that do, we can offer the following interventions on behalf of the casino operator at no cost.
All programs are not limited to individuals. The persons partner, spouse, or family member is welcome to attend. These programs are also available for loved ones looking to understand how to approach a situation that may be impacting their life and the life of their loved one.
By providing players access to licensed mental health professionals you are helping to eliminate all 5 barriers to mental health care.
Cost of treatment, even for Americans with Health Insurance, can be a limiting factor that leads to inconsistent or inadequate care. In many cases, cost of access will prevent the person from reaching out at all.
There simply are not enough therapists in the US that are skilled and trained to provide mental health services for those with gambling or gaming problems. The number of service facilities is insufficient.
Physical injuries and illnesses are typically obvious. There are usually signs of discomfort. Mental illnesses, however, are often hard to recognize. If a person doesn’t know something is wrong, it’s unlikely they will seek treatment.
Multiple studies have found that the stigma associated with mental illness often prevents people from accessing treatment. This is especially true for gamblers and gamers who often led to believe they’re bad with money.
A recent study analyzed mental healthcare access in America. It found that white people are the only group in which a majority of people in distress get treatment. Half of ethnic minorities that need treatment never get it.
With a small contribution you can help Kindbridge create the world’s first Virtual Center of Excellence for Gamblers and Gamers
Our target goal of $2m in contribution from Casino will change the mental health landscape for gamblers and gamers in America significantly.
With your help, we can create the best solution for managing the mental health of the gambling and gaming populations in America.
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