“ The Flint House mission is to provide the highest standards of individually planned, rehabilitation services, for both mental and physical health, to warranted serving Police Officers, retired Police Officers, Special Constables, PCSOs and Designated Detention Officers ”
The Police Rehabilitation Centre, Flint House based in South Oxfordshire is a charity supported principally by the donations of the above police categories in our mission statement.
Flint House has a highly skilled team of Physiotherapists, Mental Health Practitioners and Registered Nurses, who every year assist over 3300 Officers get back to full operational health. Flint House focuses on assisting serving officers back to full duties, using sophisticated and specialised programme of treatments and therapies. The reason we refer to the officers as ‘Patients’ is to denote the fact that they are here for active treatment under the care of health professionals and that we treat them as individuals, with no rank structure or any reference to their police title.
Retired officers are also welcome and are assessed individually and treated in a holistic manner for an improved quality of life on return home.