Integrity House



Integrity House has a full continuum of care XXXXXXXXXX

Residential Programs:(text will be provided)
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Short term XXXXX

Outpatient Programs: (programs will be provided)

Other Programs:

Hudson County Correctional Center
The programs at Hudson County Correctional Center in Kearny, New Jersey are the first jail programs that Integrity House has hosted. These programs provide enhanced services to incarcerated adults with substance use disorders residing in the HCCC. Two separate programs — one for men and one for women — address histories of addiction and provide recovery support. While attending the program, clients receive a variety of recovery oriented services designed to keep clients drug free while at the same addressing a continuing care and release plan.

Adolescent Program:
Integrity House’s Bate Adolescent Program is a residential program that serves adolescent males between the ages of 13 and 17 who have substance abuse, mental health and behavioral issues.

The Bate program identifies and measures each client’s goals to develop a treatment plan that is realistic, achievable and time specific. Bate assists their clients in developing the skills needed to live a healthy lifestyle.

Referrals come from juvenile courts, DYFS, private organizations and voluntary self-referrals.Services include:

  • Address substance abuse issues
  • Mental health services
  • Medical services
  • Behavior modification
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Education for high school diploma/GED
  • Job-readiness training
  • Nutrition and health education
  • Recreational activities
  • Group mentoring sessions
  • College preparatory
  • Field trips
  • Community service
  • Self-help groups such as NA/AA
  • Psychotherapy groups

Prevention Programs:
Through Prevention Services, Integrity House offers two programs, each addressing a particular population in need of support services.

The PIE Program, Prevention, Intervention, Education, was developed to help troubled Essex County youth and their families avoid further involvement with the legal system. All adolescents are first-time offenders charged with drug and/or alcohol related offenses.

The CARR Program, Community at Risk Reduction, is aimed at reducing the spread of HIV/AIDS, recruiting at-risk individuals through community outreach. The program provides individual and group level interventions to Integrity clients and to the community at large.

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