Over the next few weeks, our mental health team will be out on the road in an Oscar Kilo Wellbeing Van, visiting police forces.
“When I went to Flint House three months after the accident, I was on crutches. I left without needing them – so thank you very much.”
A Police Constable who received mental health treatment at Flint House has trained his OK9 Trauma Support dog to help others.
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Mentally affected following a horrific car crash on duty, Ben has spoken about the mental health help he was given by Flint House.
A Metropolitan Police officer says he ‘can’t speak highly enough of Flint House’ for its role in helping officers who have suffered trauma.
Our programme helps over 500 police officers every year and is tailored to police officers and the unique job they do, giving those that visit us clinical expertise along with the perfect environment and facilities to support them.
This morning our Centre and Clinical Director and Chairman were joined by students from Brookfields School for the planting of our very own ‘tree-bilee’.
The inspiring pupils from Brookfields Sen School have been growing some amazing plants in the polytunnel here at Flint House.
A Police Constable who credits Flint House with helping him in his continuing recovery from serious physical injuries has raised £800 for the Charity by asking for donations instead of gifts at his recent wedding.