Army Recovery Capability

Serve together, Recover together

The Army Recovery Capability (ARC) is the Army’s branch of the wider Defence Recovery Capability – a Ministry of Defence led initiative in partnership with other Service charities and agencies.

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Whether serving on operations, injured on or off duty, suffering a physical or mental health injury, or diagnosed with a serious illness, the Army will support our soldiers’ recovery.

Wounded, injured and sick soldiers have free and full access to:

  • Specialised recovery courses and activities
  • Adaptive sports and adventurous training
  • Access to expert housing, welfare and financial advice
  • Custom built Personnel Recovery Centres
  • Recovery experts
  • A tailored career and transition service

Personnel Recovery Centres

  • Edinburgh House - Edinburgh

    Edinburgh House Personnel Recovery Centre (PRC) opened in 2009 and has residential accommodation for 12 personnel, with further capacity for up to 15 day attendees.

  • Phoenix House - Catterick

    Catterick Garrison is where you’ll find our recovery centre for the North of the UK. The centre is accessible to all wounded, injured and sick personnel and their loved ones.

  • Chavasse VC House - Colchester

    The recovery services at Chavasse VC House are available to all wounded, injured and sick Service Personnel, Veterans and their loved ones.

  • Tedworth House - Tidworth

    The recovery services at Tedworth House are available to all wounded, injured and sick Service Personnel, Veterans and their loved ones.

  • The Battle Back Centre - Lilleshall

    The Battle Back Centre supports wounded, injured and sick Service personnel.