Event fundraising

Progress House Golf for Recovery fundraising event set for June 9 – Hamilton County Reporter

Progress House will hold its annual Golf for Recovery fundraiser on June 9 at a new location at Plum Creek Golf Club, 12401 Lynnwood Blvd., Carmel. Proceeds will go to Progress House, the oldest and largest recovery residence in the state of Indiana, which became part of Aspire Indiana Health in 2019.

The 10th Annual Jim Malarney Memorial Golf Outing is named after the beloved former Chairman of the Board, a longtime advocate on behalf of those battling the disease of addiction, who died in 2012.

It’s a fantastic day of golf and camaraderie. Players can register as individuals or up to four. Participants or sponsors can register on progresshouse.org/golf-for-recovery.

Founded in 1961 by a group of women and men who had recovered from alcoholism, Progress House is now located near downtown Indianapolis in a facility that can accommodate up to 100 men. It also runs Next Step transitional apartments for those who have successfully completed their treatment.

In 2019, Progress House merged with Aspire to innovate a new addiction treatment approach known as the Whole Health Recovery Continuum. Through this partnership, the Structured Behavioral Health and Long-Term Residential Recovery Program focuses on physical healing and mental transformation for a holistic recovery approach that includes:

  • Primary medical care
  • Behavioral health care
  • Group and individual counseling
  • 12-step programming
  • Case management
  • Skills training
  • Drug treatment (MAT)
  • Peer support services
  • Recovery Coaching
  • employment service

All proceeds from Golf for Recovery will contribute to programs and services that help make recovery and overall wellness a reality for Progress House residents.

About Aspire

Aspire Indiana Health is a fully integrated, not-for-profit healthcare system serving central Indiana that provides behavioral health, primary medical care, substance use disorders, infectious diseases, services for deaf, veterans programs, abused/neglected children and social determinants of health such as housing and employment. Aspire is supported by a strong network of community organizations, state/federal entities and generous benefactors. Those interested in partnering with Aspire to make health and wellness a reality in central Indiana are encouraged to email [email protected]​ana.org.