Application forms can be found below. Please note, we are only able to provide treatment for either Mental Health services or Physiotherapy treatment during your visit. We cannot treat for both in one visit. However, patients who visit Flint House for Physio also have access to additional Health and Wellbeing classes.

Please prioritise the area of expertise needed for your first visit (Mental Health OR Physio) and fill in the relevent application form accordingly. We currently do not offer Mental Health services to retired police officers.

If your GP requests payment for signature on your application form, please give your doctor the letter within the link below.

GP Letter download

We ask that all officers check with their force on the correct process for handling applications to attend Flint House. Each force will have its own individual procedures.

Warranted Officers, BTP, NCA, PCSO, DDO, CNC, Specials, MOD, Ports.

By consent of the Board of Trustees the following Police Personnel: Warranted Officers, Special Constables, Police Community Support Officers, Designated Detention Officers (employed directly by the Chief Constable or Police & Crime Commissioner), BTP, MOD (DfP), CNC, NCA, Ports and Channel Island, officers are able to donate to The Police Rehabilitation Centre and access the Centre for rehabilitation following illness or injury.

The admission criteria is identical for all personnel eligible to attend.

If you are a Home Office Warranted full time officer holding the Office of Constable you may donate either via your force payroll, for which you will need to obtain the requisite sign-up form for your particular force, or, you may sign up direct to Flint House using Direct Debit which can be accessed the link below. You will need to download the form to complete it, to either scan and email back to us or return it completed to the address lower down this page.

It financially assists the centre greatly if you chose the direct debit option as we can then claim the Gift Aid from HMRC which yields a further 25% of the donation.

Charitable Donation for all other classification of officers can only be undertaken by direct debit.

Return the completed Direct Debit Form to Flint House via email to

The Police Rehabilitation Centre, Flint House is an Incorporated by Articles of Association charity originally established in Brighton in 1890 and will celebrated 130 years of assisting Police Officers on March 17th 2020.

Charity Nos 1146913

Thank you for agreeing to support us, and your fellow officers. We are here for you should you ever need us.