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2 Recognizing Leadership 2010 Board of Trustees Matthew J. Chanin Chair Board of Trustees Matthew J. Chanin, CFA, Chair Prudential Financial, Inc. Joseph W. Walsh, Vice Chair The MCJ Amelior Foundation Darrell K. Terry, Secretary Newark Beth Israel Medical Center David H. Kerr Founder & President Integrity, Inc. Ronald K. Andrews Prudential Kenneth A. Arlein J.H. Cohn, LLP Maurice J. Brown Verizon Ron Christian Christian Love Baptist Church Mary M. Deatherage Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, LLC Robert J. Del Tufo, Esq. Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom Daniel DeTrolio Hartz Mountain Industries Michael Festa, Ph.D. Essex County Health Department Lois Goldring Margaret M. Johnson, R.Ph. Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield Cheryl Ann Kennedy, MD NJ Medical School UMDNJ Department of Psychiatry Deirdre R. Malloy Lord & Powers, LLC Barbara L. Melone Newark Alliance Mary Elizabeth O Connor Educational Consultant Geoffrey S. Perselay, Esq. Correctional Health Services, LLC John Clinton Reynolds, Jr., M.Div. Macedonia A.M.E. Church Edward D. Roberts, Ph.D. Living Waters Christian Center Mary E. Rone Joseph G. Sandman, Ph.D. Seton Hall University Kenneth J. Smith Torcon, Inc. At 2010 Past, Present & Future Gala Roger Bodman of PSI Strategies; Darrell Terry of Newark Beth Israel Medical Center and Vice Chair of the Integrity House Board of Trustees; David Kerr; and Dennis Bone, President of Verizon. With the help of Integrity, I finally have achieved a place of spiritual and mental peace. Joe S., Newark Intensive Outpatient Program

3 Meeting Challenges Bate Adolescent Program mentors: Joseph Sandman, Seton Hall University and Integrity House Trustee; La Quan Guilford, St. Joseph School Educator; Matthew Chanin; and Lamar Davis, Starbucks Corporation. Integrity House, a major non-profit substance abuse treatment provider in its 43rd year of serving New Jersey, continues to fulfill its mission-based responsibility to rebuild lives, families and communities by addressing the wide-ranging needs of persons caught in the complex web of addiction. The hallmark of Integrity for its entire history has been love and compassion, David Kerr s watchwords since founding this Therapeutic Community (TC) in In our fifth decade, our Board of Trustees, administration, funders, staff, alumni and student-members work toward facilitating a bright future for those we serve. We know full well that successful long-term lifestyle change requires many partners. Today, as does the entire global and non-profit society, Integrity House faces fiscal constraints that demand a responsible review of all fiduciary practices, staffing and internal structures. We continue to plan for the future through organizational introspection. This process is inclusive, deliberate, courageous, systematic, contemporary and supported by strong leadership and stakeholders of conscience and compassion. Such an effort confirms the TC adage that even as an agency You alone must do it, but you cannot do it alone. Our work invites your involvement in a world that needs every one of us to resolve its many challenges. Integrity House welcomes tours of our Newark and Secaucus campuses. Please consider joining with us in rebuilding lives, families and communities. David H. Kerr Founder and President Matthew J. Chanin Chairman, Board of Trustees I am grateful to live another day and to remain drug-free. Mary T., Toms River Women s Residential Treatment

4 Planning for the Future David Kerr; Lenny Ward, NJ State Parole Board; Robert Budsock, Integrity House Chief Operating Officer; Congressman Frank Pallone; Carol Berger, Community Education Centers; Ed Lyons, Integrity House Chief Clinical Officer; Todd Clear, Rutgers School of Criminal Justice; Raquel Jeffers, NJ Department of Addiction Services; and James McGreevey met to discuss how the changes in health care will affect individuals with substance abuse and criminal justice histories Strategic Plan Integrity House made steady progress in the first two years of our current Five Year Strategic Plan. Twenty five members of the Integrity House staff are part of four implementation teams who work together to execute the plan. Strategic Goal 1: To redefine the Therapeutic Community at the various levels of care in the context of a five-year continuum. Strategic Goal 2: To extend and strengthen the continuum of care services offered by Integrity House. Strategic Goal 3: To increase treatment capacity, funding and continuum of services for women and their children. Strategic Goal 4: To recruit, develop and retain excellent staff. Strategic Goal 5: To build the corporate infrastructure needed to support the agency s operations and mission with focus on leadership, financial management, outcome measurement, and properties. We get nothing but what we strive for and striving for sobriety is what I m after. Keep a positive network like the Integrity family. Matt S., Harrison Federal program

5 Embracing the Future First Lady Mary Pat Christie (right) presided over the ribbon cutting ceremonies at the Integrity Initiative for Women & Children Supportive Housing Program in November. She is joined here by Joseph DiVincenzo, Essex County Executive; Krissy Mannello, Gala Event Co-chair; Richard Grossklaus, Integrity House Founding Vice President and David Kerr. The Integrity Initiative for Women and Children The Integrity Initiative for Women and Children was launched in 2005 to increase the agency s ability to serve women in recovery. Over the past three years, that goal has materialized into two new facilities designed to serve the unique needs of women. In 2009, the Women s Outpatient Facility at 659 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Newark became the hub for Outpatient Services for over 100 women each year. The facility houses the Women in Strength Empowered (WISE) program. This program provides women with substance abuse services such as group and individual counseling, life skills workshops, vocational preparation and family reunification. After extensive renovations, the Women s Supportive Housing Facility at 667 Martin Luther King Boulevard officially opened in December Eight apartments offer a safe place for women in recovery and their children to live and remain in Integrity s care as they transition to the larger community. Housing is often a barrier for women to sustain their recovery. This facility will assure that they continue to have the services and support they need to remain clean and sober. In December 2010, Integrity House secured competitive funding from Hudson County to provide residential treatment to 40 female inmates within the Hudson County Correctional Center. Daily activities include individual and group counseling, life skills workshops and continuing care planning. This program is the first that Integrity House has conducted within a corrections facility. It strengthens the agency s ability to achieve the goal of increasing services for women and helps Hudson County provide quality addictions treatment. Integrity House is grateful to all who have supported the Initiative for Women and Children. Thanks to many friends and partners, Integrity House has almost doubled its capacity to serve women in recovery and looks forward to continuing to grow these programs in the future. I am thankful to be in this program and to wake up everyday able to remain sober. Debra J., Newark WISE (Women In Strength Empowered) Outpatient

6 Leading in Public Policy The Government Affairs Committee of Integrity House helps provide direction in matters of public policy in order to advance its corporate mission. To work with Drug Court to maximize treatment of those entering this diversionary program. Drug Court is administered by the Supreme Court, Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC). It is funded through the NJ Division of Addiction Services of the Department of Health and Human Services. This program focuses on recapturing the 40% of participants who recidivate. To work with federal legislators to be prepared for the seismic changes in regulation, reimbursement and management wrought by the federal Health Care Act. Anticipating implementation of the federal legislation in 2014, Integrity House has defined challenges it will face in the areas of the agency s corporate mission, funding and present treatment model. To secure passage of the New Jersey Earn Your Way Out legislation. If this bill becomes law, more non-violent drug offenders would also undergo long-term drug rehabilitation and parole supervision rather than languishing in prison while their addiction issues remain unaddressed. The current bill, proposed by NJ State Senator Raymond Lesniak, would slow spinning prison turnstiles. It would also save money by promoting treatment and education and turn greater numbers of nonviolent drug offenders into productive, tax-paying not tax-draining, members of society. Continue to work collaboratively to assure funding availability for Integrity s population in the face of state budget difficulties. Integrity House treats a chronically addicted population with significant criminal histories. In an era of limited tax dollars, Integrity House continues to be constantly vigilant in educating decision makers about treatment efficacy, data documenting reduced recidivism, and existing waiting lists. Robert Budsock; David Kerr; New Jersey Attorney General, Paula T. Dow, and Ed Lyons. Integrity has given me the structure I needed and the family I have always wanted. Zack P., Jefferson Township Residential Methadone Program

7 Strengthening Services Gala awardees: Christine Serafin, Integrity House representative; the Honorable Thomas H. Kean, Honoree; David Kerr; Marvin Haynes, Integrity House representative; and Paul J. Fishman, U.S. Attorney for the District of NJ, Community Partnership Award Recipient. Integrity House programs provide state-of-the-art Therapeutic Community substance abuse services: individual counseling, psychotherapy, relapse prevention, 12 step recovery, family groups, anger management, HIV/AIDS prevention, education, and drug screening. Additional services include: medical and psychological evaluation, spirituality support, educational planning, and financial, life skills and job readiness groups. Program Description Services Referrals Contact Addictions treatment Level One TC 1 Adult education Residential Treatment Level Two TC 2 Halfway House Level Three TC 3 Partial Care and Intensive Outpatient Treatment Prevention Programs Therapeutic Community (TC) residential treatment is highly structured to bring about long-term lifestyle change. Re-entry provides halfway house treatment and is also referred to as the live in/work out phase of treatment. Intensive Outpatient Treatment is available three nights a week. Partial care treatment is available five days a week. Medication assisted treatment and co-occurring disorders management Addictions treatment Adult education Management of co-occurring mental health disorders Addictions treatment Management of co-occurring mental health disorders Parenting classes Housing case management Prevention programs aid first time youth offenders charged with drug/alcohol offenses. Family participation is required. Community outreach provides health education and risk reduction for people living with HIV. Drug Court Dept. of Corrections Self referral Insurance Juvenile Justice Commission Drug Court Dept. of Corrections Self-referral Insurance Drug Court Dept. of Corrections Self-referral Insurance DYFS School system Juvenile Courts Newark Nereida Gonzalez Secaucus Evan Weiss Newark Jane Kerr Secaucus Robert Frascati Newark Diane Horton Newark Nicole Drake Secaucus Clarissa D Ambra Newark Alison Schwartz Integrity House programs are licensed by the State of New Jersey and accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Integrity House is a TCA Member Agency (Therapeutic Communities of America.) Through Integrity, I got my GED and found a talent that I enjoy. I m enrolled in Essex County College for the spring semester. Jose V., Jersey City Bate Adolescent

8 Setting Goals Clients Primary Drug of Choice Client Drug of Choice Integrity House cares for those in greatest need and whom other programs have turned away. Integrity accepts clients with severe addictions issues and criminal justice histories Alcohol Cocaine Heroin Marijuana Prescription Drugs Not Specified Admission Demographics The majority of the Integrity House client base enters in need of multiple services. Many come from broken families with a multi-generational history of substance abuse. * FY 2010 NJSAMS Statewide Data Although Integrity House has facilities in Essex and Hudson Counties, our clients come from all over the State of New Jersey. Admissions by County % 22% Atlantic 5% 35% Essex Hudson Union 7% Passaic Bergen Middlesex 7% All Other 6% 14%

9 Measuring Effectiveness 2010 Client Referral Sources Client Referral Sources 2010 None Specified 292 The majority of Integrity House s clients are legally stipulated to attend programs. Integrity has built relationships with Drug Court, Probation, Parole, and other referral sources throughout New Jersey. NJDOC and Parole Criminal Justice System (Drug (Drug Court) Court) Juvenile Justice Commission DYFS County C o y CCourt o Probation Self/Family Integrity House Integrity House New Jersey* * New Jersey Abst inence Rates Abstinence Rates at Discharge % 63% % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 63% * FY 2010 NJSAMS Statewide Data Program completion is the goal of all Integrity House programs. Retention and abstinence are critical elements of the process. Integrity s impact on clients helps them to remain clean and sober both during and after their work at Integrity House. Total Residential Admissions Integrity House offers assistance in rebuilding lives through finding financial stability, seeking health care and legal services. Our clinical staff works with each individual s requirements and histories to create an individualized Treatment Plan Total Clie Total MALE Admissions Total Clie Total FEMALE Admissions

10 Financial Report Integrity, Inc. Statements of Activities 6/30/2010 6/30/2009 Public support and revenues Public support NJ Department of Human Services/Health & Senior Services $ 5,453,814 $ 6,796,765 NJ Department of Human Services Letters of Agreements 3,351,897 2,063,013 State & local grants 515, ,708 Foundation grants - 500,000 Special events and donations 623, ,689 Total public support 9,944,387 10,468,175 Revenue NJ Department of Corrections 1,931,245 1,937,460 Municipalities welfare and food stamps 1,027, ,629 Federal probation program fees 219, ,864 Work First NJ/SAI 1,153,722 1,528,550 Other program fees and miscellaneous revenue 606, ,643 Expenses Total revenue 4,937,456 4,986,146 Total public support and revenue $ 14,881,843 $ 15,454,321 Program services Drug treatment $ 8,508,782 $ 8,420,326 Department of Corrections 1,651,423 1,722,220 Youth 1,779,206 2,028,065 Substance abuse prevention 363, ,400 Total program services 12,303,295 12,520,011 Supporting services Management and general 2.501,104 2,506,315 Fundraising and public relations 352, ,063 Total supporting services 2,853,909 2,880,378 Total expenses 15,157,204 15,400,389 (Decrease) increase in net assets (275,361) 53,932 Net assets-beginning of year 7,735,658 7,681,726 Net assets - end of year $ 7,460,297 $ 7,735,658 I am very grateful for all of the help I received from this program. I feel like myself but a better person and a better man. Chris V., Atlantic City Men s Halfway House

11 Financial Report Integrity, Inc. Statements of Financial Position 6/30/2010 6/30/2009 Assets Current assets Cash and cash equivalents $ 2,910,757 $ 2,336,822 Grants receivable 1,638,148 2,067,851 Prepaid expenses, other receivables and other assets 115, ,331 Total Current Assets 4,664,676 4,663,004 Land, buildings and improvements and equipment, net 7,759,303 6,298,540 $ 12,423,979 $ 10,961,544 Liabilities and Net Assets Current liabilities Notes payable to bank $ 1,875,176 $ 1,253,400 Accounts payable and accrued expenses 1,786,184 1,852,754 Refundable advances and notes payable 1,302, ,732 Total Liabilities 4,963,682 3,225,886 Net assets: Unrestricted: Land, buildings and improvements and equipment 5,289,730 6,298,540 Undesignated 1,970,567 1,314,986 Total unrestricted net assets 7,260,297 7,613,526 Temporarily restricted net assets 200, ,132 Total Net Assets 7,460,297 7,735,658 $ 12,423,979 $ 10,961,544 Cover photos (clockwise from top left): The Honorable Thomas H. Kean; Roger A. Bodman, Senior Partner, Public Strategies, Inc.; and Susan Landmesser, Gala Honorary Event Chair. Kathleen Dedrick, Development Director, Integrity House; First Lady Mary Pat Christie; and Doris O Meally, Integrity House Drug Court Liason. Justice Barry T. Albin. NJ Supreme Court, (center) visiting Integrity House. Sahib Brown, Integrity House alumni, David Kerr and Michael Dozier, Integrity House Alumni. Helena Muhammad, Federal Program Director, Integrity House and Joseph Sweeney, Senior Director, Integrity House. Lois Goldring, Integrity House Trustee with Golf Classic foursome.

12 PO Box 510 Newark, NJ NON PROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID NEWARK, N.J. PERMIT NO Schedule of Events Integrity House Golf Classic Mon, May 23 Mountain Ridge Country Club West Caldwell, NJ Integrity House is committed to helping individuals and families through an effective and measurable system of comprehensive Therapeutic Community addictions treatment and recovery support in a way that brings about positive, long-term, lifestyle change. Awards & Recognition Ceremony details to be announced Newark, NJ TBA, June Lincoln Park Recovery Festival Wed, August 11 Lincoln Park Newark, NJ Newark Corporate Run Wed, October 5 Washington Park Newark, NJ Past, Present & Future Gala Sat, November 19 Hilton Short Hills Short Hills, NJ P0 Box Lincoln Park Newark, NJ PO Box County Avenue Secaucus, NJ Awards & Recognition Ceremony January 2012 Secaucus Performing Arts Center Secaucus, NJ Phone Fax Phone Fax For information call:

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