Home Base staff were busy this winter, hosting memorable Adventure Series outings with military families, attending wreath laying ceremonies and meeting with local leaders to discuss the state and need of veterans’ mental health across the nation.
Are you ready to stop the cycle of resolving to make change and not following through? Here are some tips from Home Base’s Health & Wellness team to help you stay on track with your New year’s Resolutions.
Dear Friends, The past year has been one full of great milestones at Home Base and these accomplishments have all been important and positive steps toward building the best version of our organization. As we close the chapter of 2018, I find myself reflecting on the enormous progress we’ve made together and look forward to
For the more than 160 police departments that joined forces across state lines to participate in Home Base’s First Responder No-Shave campaign, it wasn’t just about growing out their beards, it’s about something more: raising awareness of the invisible wounds and money to support Home Base’s mission.
Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Program joins mourners across the country in remembering our Nation’s 41st President George Herbert Walker Bush. During his lifetime, he both served in the military and made a significant impact as an advocate of Veterans and their Families. “President Bush will always be remembered for
On any given night, more than 1,000 military and Veterans’ families can call Fisher House their “home away from home” thanks to Fisher House Foundation and its unwavering dedication to those who have served – and their families. This “peace of mind” has been extended to Veterans and family members enrolled in Home Base’s two-week
Continuing to scale its innovative and effective approach to mental health and brain injury care for Veterans, Service Members and their Families, Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Program officially opened the doors to its National Center of Excellence and cut the ceremonial ribbon for its new location in the Charlestown
“Congratulations, here’s your song. Your prescription is to listen to it every day for the next four weeks.” This might sound strange out of context, but not for the Veterans who recently participated in Home Base’s pilot study with SongwritingWith:Soldiers. This exciting new collaboration paired 10 graduates of Home Base’s two-week Intensive Clinical Program (ICP)
Dear Friends of Home Base, As Sebastian Junger wrote in Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging, one of the most profound questions a person can ask themselves is: “What would you risk dying for – and for whom.” Many people will go a lifetime without having to face that question. But for those who have answered
From the presentation of MG Warren Award to the inspiring stories featured throughout the magical night in the Charlestown Navy Yard, this year’s Mission: Gratitude gala defined a powerful moment for the bright future of Home Base.