The gift from Wounded Warrior Project is the second largest in Mass General’s history and will allow Home Base to expand clinical care for veterans and their families.
The evening featured a cocktail reception, hors d’oeuvres, networking and a speaking program by community fundraiser Kurt Power, a former Home Base patient, and Shiri Cohen, PhD, director of Couples Services at Home Base.
Home Base’s fifth annual Mission: Gratitude gala, raises a record-breaking $1.7 million to help heal the invisible wounds for veterans and their families.
The 2016 Run to Home Base raised $1.7 million to help post- 9/11 veterans, service members and their families heal from the invisible wounds of war.
Combat veteran Ryan Vanderweit will run the Boston Marathon to honor those who put themselves on the line to save others.
A Mass General veterans group, collaborating with the Home Base Program, gathered to create Valentine’s Day cards for veterans in area VA hospitals.
Through the popular PBS children’s show “Arthur,” MGH psychiatrist Paula K. Rauch, MD, offers strategies to help children cope with life’s challenges.
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.