By Robert J. Budsock Like virtually every organization in the country, Integrity House has been touched by the COVID-19 pandemic. This did not take us by surprise. Having successfully operated New Jersey’s premier substance use...Read More about Despite COVID-19 difficulties, treatment and recovery must go on
Dear Friends: Addiction services are essential services. Integrity House remains open across all levels of care and locations. We are accepting new admissions. While the world is experiencing the unprecedented magnitude of COVID-19, of which Integrity House...Read More about COVID-19: 4/1 update
By Robert J. Budsock and Debra Wentz The healthcare crisis presented by the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is both unprecedented and incredibly alarming to those of us in the healthcare community. Certainly, the attention that...Read More about Helping those with mental health, addiction issues will help slow the virus
Dear Friends: As promised, I am reaching out with updates on our response to COVID-19. Integrity House remains open across all levels of care and locations. We are accepting new admissions. To ensure that safety...Read More about COVID-19 Update
Dear Friends: The novel coronavirus has been and continues to be unprecedented and disruptive to all. In these very uncertain times, people with substance addiction still need us. They need us now more than ever....Read More about COVID-19: How we’re responding
By Robert J. Budsock and Cheryl Ann Kennedy Gov. Phil Murphy recently announced the preliminary 2019 year-end opioid statistics for 2019. Although the data suggests a 3% decrease in the number of individuals who died in compared...Read More about 3K opioid deaths is still too many. We should use a holistic approach.
The Record, 8/8/2019 By Robert J. Budosck and Valerie Vainieri Huttle Seat belts. Bicycle helmets. Designated drivers. These and other common harm reduction tactics and strategies are almost universally accepted and have resulted in a...Read More about Opioid crisis: New treatment tactics emerge