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The Police Rehabilitation Centre Flint House

A professional HealthCare Provider specialising in the treatment of police officers.

Flint House Police Rehabilitation is a charity, entirely funded by donations from those in the police service and their families. It is with these generous donations that we help and heal over 3,200 serving and retired police officers each year, providing physical rehabilitation and mental health support.

Flint House offers a safe, relaxed environment for serving and retired officers. Everyone is treated with care and respect (no ranks, no hierarchy) by our caring and experienced practitioners. Whether a new recruit or an experienced veteran, there’s a good chance you’ll need our services at some point.

How to join?

Please visit our website to find out how to Sign Up:
To apply to use the facilities and services provided by Flint House you must be either a serving member of the police service, or a retired officer and have signed-up to donate.

SERVING OFFICERS: The following positions are eligible to apply for treatment: Serving Police Officer (warranted officer) including Special Constable, Police Community Support Officer, Police Community Support Investigator, Designated Detention Officer, Escort Officer, British Transport Police, Ministry of Defence, Civil Nuclear Constabulary, National Crime Agency, Port Officer: Channel Islands, Gibraltar Police.

RETIRED OFFICERS: If you spent the majority of your police service in one of Flint House Police Rehabilitation’s constituent forces, or since retiring have relocated to a Flint House constituent force, you are eligible to donate and apply for treatment – you will need to be in receipt of a police pension, or in receipt of a medical pension, and you must not have been dismissed as a result of gross misconduct. At check-in our Reception team will ask to see proof that you are in receipt of your police pension payments.

All decisions on admission for treatment will always be based on the merits of each individual case and admission prioritised on the need for treatment.

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