The Broadway House was started in October 1982 by members of the AA community. Our facility has come from humble beginnings to a modern facility that offers residents a comfortable setting where they can build a strong foundation for recovery.
Addiction has no prejudice, and it affects not only the addict, but those who love and care about them. Family of those suffering from addiction suffer as well. Our goal is to assist in creating change and preparing individuals for lifelong recovery.
It is the mission of the Broadway House to provide a safe, structured living facility for men in early recovery from substance abuse. Our program promotes personal responsibility as a means to sustainable recovery and re-integration into society.
The Broadway House objectives are focused on recovery as well as education. Our residents receive the following programs in order to achieve success:
We support our community while we grow in our recovery.
David has served as Executive Director of Broadway House