Integrity House to Host 13th Annual Golf Classic

Golf Classic Will Raise Funds and Awareness for Essential Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services


MORRIS COUNTY — Integrity House, one of the largest nonprofit providers of substance use disorder treatment in the state of New Jersey, with locations in Morris Plains, Newark, Secaucus, Jersey City, and Toms River, will host its annual Golf Classic at Essex County Country Club on Monday, May 20. Proceeds from the event will support the important recovery programs and services provided by Integrity House.

“The annual Golf Classic is one of the key fundraisers Integrity House holds to support our mission of providing treatment and services for individuals suffering from substance use disorders. Each year, we are grateful for the opportunity to educate the public on the disease of addiction as well as encourage those struggling with this disease to seek out available resources,” said Robert J. Budsock, President and CEO of Integrity House. “We’re privileged to have corporate and individual support as their generous contributions allow us to continue to serve and provide life-saving treatment to those who need help.”

Expected to attend are members of the Newark corporate community and individual donors of Integrity House. The event will commence at 10:30 a.m. with registration, followed by lunch. The shotgun start is at 12:30 p.m. and guests are invited to stay for cocktails and dinner, starting at 5:30 p.m.

The hole-in-one prize for this year’s outing is a two-year lease on a Mercedes-Benz C-Class car, courtesy of Morristown Mercedes-Benz. In addition, there will be a raffle for a fabulous Donald Ross Pinehurst golf experience trip for two to one of golf’s most prestigious and desirable locations, with breakfast/dinner, accommodations and three rounds of golf on exclusive courses included.

Founded in 1887, Essex County Country Club has sustained their reputation as being the oldest in New Jersey and the sixth oldest in the country. The club has a long and distinguished list of members. The club counts a former US Secretary of State, a former US Secretary of Navy, two former US Senators and three former NJ State Governors as well as many luminaries of business and the arts. Known for its long and challenging golf course, Essex County Country Club one of the premier courses in the Tri-State area. Through the Integrity House Golf Classic, golfers will have the opportunity to play on the premium courses.

Groups and individuals are invited to register for the Golf Classic by contacting Cristina Dios at (973) 642-5893 or by emailing If you are not able to attend the Golf Classic but would still like to show your support, sponsorship opportunities are available and donations of prizes and merchandise for the raffle are welcome.
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