The Police Treatment Centre is reopening its facilities on 26 April. To keep patients safe, the Centres will initially run at reduced numbers – offering full capacity for the psychological wellbeing programme, and reduced capacity for physiotherapy.
There will be a one-way system throughout the facilities, wearing masks will be mandatory and social distancing measures will be in place.
The remote physiotherapy outpatient service will also continue while the on-site numbers are reduced, and is ideal for donors who may find it hard to travel at the moment or have dependents or personal circumstances that make a residential stay difficult.
The reopening of the centres will coincide with the handover of the new Clinical Services Wing at Harrogate, where work has continued behind the scenes during lockdown.
This multi-million pound project will allow the PTC to increase the number of bedrooms in the centre by 20, provide extra counselling rooms, new complementary therapy rooms, and increased clinical workshop space and meeting facilities
The Police Treatment Centre is currently accepting new applications for both the psychological and physiotherapy programmes.
If you were due to stay at the PTC during January 2021 or have applied since lockdown, the clinical team ask you to wait until after 12 April to contact them as they are working their way through a backlog.
Date posted: April 9, 2021