About Home Base
Home Base operates the nation’s foremost private-sector clinic devoted to treating the invisible wounds associated with military service. Since its inception, it has provided excellent complimentary care to over 24,000 veterans and family members.
Veteran | Service Member
We offer world-class clinical care and support, in addition to fitness and mind-body wellness programs for Service Members and Veterans who struggle with the invisible wounds.Learn More
Family Member | Friend
When one family member serves, the entire family serves. Home Base offers clinical counseling and support to family members and close friends affected by the challenges of the deployment cycle.Learn More
Make a Difference in your Community
Your initiative makes all the difference in sustaining - and furthering - Home Base’s mission of healing the invisible wounds of war. Every penny you raise will directly support Home Base and drive discoveries and breakthroughs in clinical treatments that transform Veteran and Military Family care.
FUNDRAISE FOR HOME BASELearn More
Home Base No-Shave Campaign (national)November 19 National
Run to Home Base FloridaJanuary 18, 2020 JetBlue Park, Fort Myers Florida,
NYTimes Live Event: A Conversation on the Wounds of the War on TerrorNovember 14, 2019 WBUR CitySpace, Boston, MA
Volunteer at Home Base
There are many ways you can lend your time, energy and support to Home Base and help the Veterans, Service Members and Military Families we serve.
Come join our Volunteer Program.Make a difference
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Our Director of Clinical TBI and Brain Health Services, Dr. Alexis Iaccarino, will participate in this LIVE… https://t.co/9WKIhkOKwG