Broadreach is an innovative and dynamic registered charity, offering treatment and support services for men and women whose lives have been adversely affected by addiction.
From initial detox or stabilisation, through to reintegration, education and training, Broadreach House provides all the support needed to achieve individual treatment goals. Our commitment to clinical excellence, our dedicated staff and our holistic, evidence based approach create an environment that promotes positive and lasting change.
One of the advantages of choosing Broadreach House is that we are able to offer services that meet a person’s needs throughout their treatment and recovery journey. From initial detox through to rehabilitation, aftercare, education/training and volunteering.
Broadreach House provides everything that is required to enable lasting recovery for our clients. Our commitment to clinical excellence, our dedicated staff and our holistic, evidence-based approach to treatment create an environment that promotes positive, lasting change.
Our Houses and our Services
The Sunflower Recovery Project is now operational, after receiving a generous grant from the Big Lottery Fund.... Read more
Up and Coming Closereach Events (Workers Educational Association Visit & History Week)
On 24th & 26th February Workers Education Association (WEA) a charity that works in the voluntary sector, will be attending Closereach House to provide educational and vocational experiences to the clients; this course will focus on mindfulness and wood crafting activities.... Read more
Halton Recovery Walk 2016!
Be an advocate for recovery!
This year’s annual recovery walk (UKRW) & (FAVOR) will be taking place in Halton Merseyside on Saturday 10th September.... Read more
*NEW* Personal Development Workshops
For the first time we are opening up our Personal Development Workshops as an evening programme for community learners in Plymouth.... Read more
Broadreach £500 Idea – resounding success!
In February this year Broadreach House launched its first in-house funding scheme, known as Broadreach’s £500 Idea, sparked by a generous donation from our Consultant Addictions Psychiatrist, Dr Alison Battersby.... Read more