It’s a big step to acknowledge that you or a friend need support. But when this happens, we’re here to provide you with not only the best clinical treatment but also the emotional and spiritual support for you to build your future. It’s this approach, combined with our wonderful people and beautiful grounds that mean our success rates are consistently among the best in the UK. As the first 12 Step-based residential rehabilitation centre in the UK, we’re also one of the most experienced treatment facilities for addiction too.
We are one of very few treatment centres in the UK which has specialist nurses on site day and night, all year round. This means that there will always be someone available for you if you have a medical difficulty or just need someone to talk to. Our team also includes a GP and two consultant psychiatrists.
We comply with the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and Public Health England.
Our medical team have supported hundreds of people to detox from substances including alcohol, opiates, methadone, buprenorphine/Subutex and benzodiazepines as well as prescribed and illicit medication. During detoxification, clients are assessed, monitored and supported both day and night by our experienced medical team, ensuring the process is as safe and comfortable for the patient as possible.
The combination of medical and holistic treatments, counselling, peer support and staff on site both day and night allows the patient to start their recovery in a safe, secure and supportive environment that nurtures their mental, physical and emotional wellbeing.
The programme at Broadway Lodge contains twice the number of hours of therapeutic support compared to many other rehabilitation centres. We provide patients with therapeutic support seven days per week from 7.30am – 10pm on most days that includes a wide range of therapies and activities. Click here to read more about our programme.
We are fully compliant with the standards of the Care Quality Commission who rated Broadway Lodge ‘Good’ for all areas inspected in their latest report. Click here for the full report.
Comments from the CQC include:
“Staff treated clients with kindness, dignity and respect.
All clients we spoke with said they felt safe. Clients described a quiet, calm and homely environment. Clients told us that the service had a community spirit, and that everyone looked out for each other. Clients also said that the service was very structured. We observed staff interacting with clients in a respectful, caring and appropriate manner, both individually and in groups.
Staff were approachable and provided clients with help, emotional support and advice any time they needed it. The staff team knew the client group well and amended their approach to meet the needs of individuals. Staff understood the clients’ needs, encompassing their different social and cultural needs. There was good communication between staff and family members.”