Our Mission & History
A History of Healing
Founded in 1995, Broadway House for Continuing Care is the state’s only specialized long term care facility for people living with HIV/AIDS. While we’re best known for our HIV/AIDs programs, Broadway House also offers excellent subacute care for people recovering from accidents and a variety of illnesses. The key to our success has always been an emphasis on holistic healing:
This unique approach has led to a host of national and state awards since our founding.
Broadway House for Continuing Care provides world-class healthcare and rehabilitation to empower residents with complex needs, not met by other long-term care facilities, to lead productive, dignified lives.
Since our inception, Broadway House for Continuing Care has been affiliated with University Hospital in Newark, NJ—a renowned academic healthcare center with a wide range of medical specialties. While we accept referrals from all healthcare facilities and providers, through this partnership Broadway House residents have seamless access to doctors and services at one of New Jersey’s leading medical facilities.
Serving the Most Vulnerable
We’re located in Newark, NJ, a dynamic city with a diverse population facing many challenges. With 28% of the city’s residents living in poverty, Broadway House serves people whose lives are often shaped by homelessness, addiction, abuse, and other deep social issues. Our care reaches beyond traditional medicine to support Broadway House residents as they overcome these obstacles to build a better life.
Being here at Broadway House has taught me to cherish life’s moments and to make the best of them. I believe you can only receive help when you are willing to take the help. Being here has been an amazing experience for me. Within one year’s time, I’ve been able to better my health. I brought my T-Cells up and viral load down and got rid of Hep-C. I even got a new smile out of the deal. Some things that were physically wrong, were surgically repaired and now I feel like a new person!
—Isaiah V. Brown