Springhill has drawn support from across the community, including representatives of the medical and legal professions, Members of Parliament, and the NZ Police.
As Senior Kaumatua and Kuia of Hawke’s Bay District Health Board we will continue to support and give guidance to the Springhill Trust and staff in cultural matters as they arise and continue with our close relationship. As this service is so important for Maori we endorse it and the wonderful work it does providing good quality services to the people of Hawke’s Bay." "We will continue to work with the Trust on ensuring cultural responsiveness to Maori and toward increasing the numbers of Maori staff who work within the service. Na maua
The Police recognise the tremendous value of the rehabilitation work that Springhill and Hawkes Bay Addiction Centre Trust provides to both the local and the wider communities, and fully supports this work. On behalf of the New Zealand Police we would like to wish you every success with your fundraising efforts towards your restoration project
Springhill is a shining light and a turning point for many New Zealanders. Such a facility cannot be allowed to slip away
Legal practitioners are well aware of the impact and harm caused by such addictions and fully endorse the programmes and services provided by the Centre.
It is crucial that the Springhill residential facility in Morris Street is upgraded to accommodate residential service requirements.
When someones life is in crisis as a result of addiction family, friends and the whole community suffers. Saddest is the terrible suffering of children. The centres success is due to two key factors: The dedication of the staff who deliver the programme and the inspiring tranquil environment. I give my full support to the restoration of the Springhill facility