Ocean Hills Detox and Rehabilitation

Hawke's Bay
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Ocean Hills is a private residential drug and alcohol detox and rehabilitation centre situated in Hastings in the sunny Hawke’s Bay.

The private and peaceful facility feels more like a beautiful and loving home than an institution, albeit providing reputable and professional medical care. Ocean Hills offers treatment for alcohol and drug addiction with busy people in mind. You might have a family, a business and people relying on you – in other words, a lot at stake. They understand that often, it’s just not possible to just abandon your responsibilities for long periods to get drug and alcohol treatment, which is why they customise treatment plans to suit you and your circumstances.



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Ocean Hills Detox and Rehabilitation


Ocean Hills Detox & Rehabilitation


027 5737 744


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