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Kudos to Integrity House for what they do. I know Mayor Fulop hired ex-governor McGreevey to run a program for ex-cons but I had no idea he's done anything to help women recover from substance abuse. This is good.

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Integrity House Hosts Its Annual Past, Present And Future Gala For Women Of Integrity House
?Emerald Evening? Will Honor Jersey City Mayor Steven M. Fulop and Scott A. Kobler, Partner at McCarter & English

By Carly Kilroy (Patch Staff)
Updated November 12, 2014 at 10:48 am

Submitted by Carlee Pett

Integrity House, a nationally recognized non-profit substance abuse rehabilitation center with locations in Newark and Secaucus, will be hosting its annual Past, Present and FutureGala on Saturday, November 22, 2014 at the Ballroom at Hilton Short Hills. The highly-anticipated event is held each year to benefit Integrity House to help provide its women clients with the resources, programming and support that are crucial in their road to recovery.

The 2014 gala, themed ?Emerald Evening? to symbolize the future, hope, renewal and growth, celebrates Integrity House?s 46 years of providing substance abuse treatment and services. Emeralds are said to nurture the heart, provide healing and bring freshness and vitality to the spirit, as it is a stone of inspiration and infinite patience and embodies unity, compassion and unconditional love. The black tie event will include a reception, silent auction and an evening of dancing to the big band sounds of Alan Quinn and his Orchestra.

Through its annual Gala, Integrity House recognizes local leaders who continuously make a difference in the community and in the lives of those who suffer from addiction. This year?s honorees will be Steven M. Fulop, Mayor of Jersey City and Scott A. Kobler, Esq., Partner at McCarter & English, LLP, who are both deeply committed to helping those impacted by substance abuse. Michael Aron, Chief Political Correspondent for NJTV will be receiving the Distinguished Service Award. Mayor Fulop, Mr. Kobler and Dr. Aron are dedicated proponents for the need and funding for long-term treatment and recovery programs, such as Integrity House, to help addicts achieve and maintain sobriety, allowing them to move forward, and to contribute to society in a positive way.

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http://patch.com/new-jersey/newarknj/ ... ala-women-integrity-house

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