The Police Rehabilitation Centre, a registered charity, was established in Hove, Sussex, in 1890 to provide rest and convalescence to injured police officers. The Rehabilitation Centre is funded almost entirely by the officers themselves, receiving no grants from local or central government.
Flint House is situated in the Chiltern Hills near Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. The Centre, staffed by a dedicated team treats both serving and retired officers living and working within the areas covered by the southern police forces. At Flint House they receive physiotherapy, general nursing, plus specialist treatments such as acupuncture, aromatherapy and hydrotherapy, therapeutic massage, rest and recuperation following either an illness or injury.
To join Flint House Scheme, Police Officers must be members of Thames Valley Police Benevolent Fund. For more details click this link.
To access Flint House please download the admissions form and contact your local JBB Board Representative, Thame Federation Office, or Occupational Health Department.
Please use an A5 envelope with 1st class stamp when posting application. Folding and using an A4 envelope will normally require increased postage due to thickness of the envelope. This could delay applications. If in doubt consult with Post Office.
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