Integrity House is proud to once again have received a three-year accreditation renewal from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for its behavioral health and opioid treatment programs.
Because of Integrity House’s unwavering dedication to providing high-quality recovery services to its clients, the organization has maintained an impressive three-year accreditation status for nearly 30 years. Achieving CARF accreditation involves exhibiting conformance to the standards, evidenced through observable practices, verifiable results over time, and comprehensive supporting documentation. Standing as the highest status an organization can achieve, this continued accreditation can be directly attributed to the commitment displayed by Integrity House’s leadership and staff and the high levels of satisfaction communicated by the clients they work with. Placing a strong emphasis on evidence-based treatment and infusing principles of recovery throughout each of its programs, Integrity House has been repeatedly praised for its efforts in reducing the stigma around addiction and ensuring that clients continue receiving the necessary recovery support following completion of treatment.
“Integrity House has provided substance use disorder services in New Jersey for over 50 years. Earning this accreditation is a direct reflection of the hard work, dedication, and passion that our staff continuously exhibits each and every day,” said Robert J. Budsock, CEO of Integrity House. “We are honored to have received this three-year accreditation once again and intend to use it as motivation to redouble our mission-based efforts to provide those struggling with addiction with the resources and support necessary for their recovery. We are so grateful for the continued commitment shown by Integrity House’s leadership and staff and look forward to growing our services to help more individuals achieve a lasting recovery from substance use disorder.”
Integrity House offers substance use disorder treatment programs in Kearny, Newark, Secaucus, Toms River, Morris Plains, and Paramus.