Jordan Conflict Recovery Centre
The Sir Bobby Charlton Foundation conflict recovery centre was opened in 2017 in the Jordanian capital of Amman to support refugees who have fled the conflicts in Syria, Iraq, and Yemen.
Having escaped these conflicts, refugees arriving in Jordan must then come to terms with the loss of their home and loved ones, physical disability, mental trauma and poverty. Since opening, the conflict recovery centre has already helped hundreds of children and family members begin the process of rebuilding their lives. The centre has disabled access and the space includes a physical therapy area, individual and group counselling rooms, and training classrooms. The support offered covers several rehabilitation fields including physical therapy, child trauma, peer support, advanced prosthetic/orthotic care, and help with other mobility aids.