Maintaining your recovery and avoiding relapse

Once you’ve successfully completed your rehabilitation it’s important to maintain your recovery and avoid a relapse. We know that everyone is different and some may find this more challenging than others, that’s why we run our aftercare programme, recommend meetings and offer one to one counselling after treatment to help maintain your progress.

Continuing your rehabilitation


Our weekly Aftercare support is open to anyone following treatment at Broadway Lodge, helping individuals to transition to independent living.

The day programme runs from 9.30am until 3.45 pm.  It consists of an opening check-in round, Auricular Acupuncture and meditation, morning therapy group, lunch, an afternoon topic group and a closing round.  People can access it as often or as little as they would like. With a healthy mix of challenge and support, participants are helped to value the importance of the changes and progress they are making.

Feedback is very good for this group. It is always stated that people feel safe to share and process feelings they may not be able to share elsewhere.  Please contact us for more information or to book your place.

Please Note:

Aftercare sessions are now being held in Weston-super-Mare town centre and the length of the session has been reduced so that two sessions can be held on one day – a morning session and an afternoon session. This change has been implemented as a result of coronavirus infection control measures introduced at Broadway Lodge which has limited the space that was previously available. Please book in advance.

Fellowship meetings

The residential part of treatment is only the first step to maintaining your recovery and keeping it that way requires regular participation in fellowship meetings (AA, NA, CA, OA, or SA for example). It is proven that people who continue to attend these groups will maintain a much better quality of life and continue to learn the “tools” to deal with the normal traumas of life. We strongly recommend that you attend a minimum of 3 fellowship meetings per week when you leave Broadway Lodge.

Online one to one counselling

Sometimes we need non-judgmental support from a professional who we can confide in to hep us better understand our feelings, thoughts, emotions and behaviours. If you’re in recovery from addiction, engaging with one of our highly experienced counsellors in one to one counselling sessions can help to guide you through your recovery journey and help you to navigate challenges in life.

You can find out more about online one to one counselling with Broadway Lodge, including prices, by clicking here.