It's okay to ask for help.
We help you to help yourself.
Call us when you're ready.
Nau mai, haere mai ki Ashburn. Whakatau mai ki waenganui i a mātou hei whai oranga mōu mō ngā rā kei te heke mai.
Welcome to Ashburn. A warm welcome among us as you seek wellbeing for the days to come.
COVID-19 ALERT LEVEL 2:
Ashburn Clinic continues to provide care to our inpatients during the COVID-19 pandemic, and our outpatient and community-based support services have now resumed under Level 2. However, visitor restrictions are in place for the safety of patients and staff:
- All visitors must phone ahead to book a suitable time to come to the Clinic.
- All visitors must enter and exit via Reception between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm, signing the visitor book on entry and departure.
- All visitors, contractors and delivery services entering Ashburn Clinic buildings, or having face-to-face meetings (< one metre) with staff or patients, must complete the COVID-19 Visitor Screening Form for health screening and contact tracing. The Ashburn staff member co-ordinating the visit will review the information recorded on the form and determine whether to proceed with the visit and/or take further precautions.
Ashburn Clinic is a not-for-profit rehabilitation clinic and therapeutic community in Dunedin, offering a professional and supportive environment for diagnosis, treatment and recovery from mental illness and addictions.
Established in 1882 as an alternative to state hospital care, Ashburn Clinic now operates as a therapeutic community providing funded and private residential services. People accessing care are at least 17 years of age and from all over the country.
Located in a beautiful setting on the outskirts of Dunedin, Ashburn Clinic has established a physical and social environment where support and self-discovery thrive.