84% of clients complete their treatment with us. Our success rates are among the best. Read more
We believe that addiction is an illness, not a lifestyle choice. Read more
Our clients are all fully committed to supporting each other into recovery. Read more
We welcome all people regardless of age, gender, background, culture, belief system or nationality. Read more
Decades of experience managing detoxification in a safe and controlled manner.
One of very few UK centres with medical staff on-site 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Our BACP-registered counsellors are highly experienced in supporting clients with addiction.
We are proud of the positive feedback we have received from so many clients.
What an amazing day to celebrate Broadway Lodge, aka the Miracle Mansion, its staff and patients, past and present.
Thank you to everyone that attended this year’s Reunion and for making it such a wonderfully emotional day, full of sadness, love, laughter, fun and joy. Read more
Broadway Lodge has been involved in an exciting project with film maker Phillip Wood of Rare Day Productions on behalf of the BBC to produce a film entitled Rehab: Lives Addicted, the film that goes behind the doors of the private world of residential rehabilitation treatment. Read more
We are proud of the positive feedback we have received from so many clients. Read more
For most people gambling is a source of harmless fun. Yet for others it can become a problem that affects their lives in a negative way. Read more
Prescription medicines can be a powerful tool for improving and saving lives. When used correctly and as prescribed by medical professionals who understand addiction and recover, individuals can benefit enormously. However, strong drugs also carry with them the risk of dependence, misuse and the danger of addiction. Read more
It’s Alcohol Awareness Week from 13 to 19 November this year. The aim is to spur people into thinking about how alcohol affects us whether as individuals, communities, or society as a whole. It is still shocking to be reminded that alcohol misuse is the biggest risk factor for death, ill-health and disability among 15-49 year-olds in the UK, and the fifth biggest risk factor across all ages. Read more