Home Base has received a $15.7 million challenge grant as part of the launch of a unique national network designed to connect wounded veterans and their families with world-class, individualized health care.
The Home Base Program helps veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan to manage stress and recognize the signs of brain injury.
Former U.S. senator’s planned gift to the Home Base program honors his father and today’s returning soldiers.
National Guard Lt. Laura Lakin, veterans outreach coordinator for the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program, talks with NECN’s Steve Aveson about how Home Base helps veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan. Lt. Lakin, who served in […]
Photos from the fifth annual Run to Home Base, held July 19, 2014 to benefit the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program, which helps returning veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan and their families. More than 2,600 […]
A Massachusetts girl recently sold lemonade to raise money for the Home Base program, which offers support and treatment to veterans and their families.
At Home Base, veterans can now receive virtual reality exposure therapy, a well-established, evidence-based technique proven effective for treating PTSD.
The Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program has launched its first public service advertising campaign to increase awareness for the “invisible wounds” of war – post traumatic stress (PTS) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) – and raise […]
On Oct. 1, 2012, approximately 180 educators, clinicians and military representatives gathered at the Massachusetts State House for the launch of Staying Strong, an initiative of the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program to support military […]
The medical and social needs of returning military veterans and their families will go on, says the Home Base program’s new executive director.