There are several different ways that you can begin your rehabilitation journey with us. If you are ever unsure or confused about how to progress feel free to get in touch with us or call us on 01934 815515.
Choosing to seek help for an addiction is one of the most important decisions you can make in your life. We know what it’s like because we’ve been there. And we understand how daunting the journey ahead can feel. That’s why our prices include all treatments, sessions, activities, main meals and refreshments offered at Broadway Lodge so you can be reassured knowing that you won’t be charged extra for any therapies or living costs during your stay with us.
The above prices are subject to change. Travel, prescriptions (if required), external appointments such as dentist and hairdresser appointments, online orders and other goods/services not offered by Broadway Lodge are not included in the above rates.
To make a private referral for yourself or a loved one, please call 01934 815515 or email email@example.com and our friendly Admissions team will be able to send you an application form.
We are an approved provider with AXA PPP Healthcare (number 10723) so if you have a private health insurance policy with AXA, the cost of treatment for yourself or a family member could be covered.
Local Authorities can provide funding for detoxification and/or residential rehabilitation. The process is managed by the local drug/alcohol community treatment providers. These organisations will assess each person’s needs and then identify the treatment options available.
Local arrangements may vary by area but you can obtain details of the process from adult social services, public health departments or drug and alcohol action teams within the local authority, or the local community drug/alcohol treatment provider. For further details on how to access treatment, go to Public Health England.
GAMCARE provides support, advice and assistance with funding for residential placements. You can speak to them on 0808 8020133 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Their website can be accessed at www.gamcare.org.uk
Employers provide varying packages of support for employees struggling with addiction and mental health issues. Ask your employer’s Occupational Health or HR department to find out what support they can provide.