Integrity House to host golf classic in West Orange

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Integrity House, one of the largest nonprofit providers of substance-use disorder treatment in the state of New Jersey, with programs in Kearny, Newark, Secaucus, Toms River, Morris Plains and Paramus, will host its annual golf classic at Essex County Country Club on Monday, July 26. Proceeds from this event will support the life-saving programs and services provided by Integrity House.

“After having to cancel our 2020 golf classic due to the pandemic, we are so excited to be able to host the event again this year to bring people together,” Integrity House President and CEO Robert J. Budsock said. “Participation in our golf classic contributes to the general support of programs that rebuild the lives of individuals with substance-use disorders. We thank our many sponsors for helping to make recovery possible for the hundreds of people who seek help each year at Integrity House.”

Expected to attend are members of New Jersey’s corporate community and individual donors of Integrity House. The event will commence at 8:30 a.m. with registration, followed by breakfast. The shotgun start is at 10 a.m. and guests are invited to stay for cocktails and a barbecue luncheon, starting at 3 p.m.

Groups and individuals are invited to register for the golf classic by emailing [email protected]house.org. For more information on Integrity House, visit www.integrityhouse.org.