Home Base’s Outpatient Clinic at Lee Health
In November 2019, Home Base Southwest Florida formally announced its expansion and clinical partnership with Lee Health, the largest healthcare system in Southwest Florida, to offer mental health services for Veterans and Military Families who call Southwest Florida home – at no cost. Mental health services for the treatment of the invisible wounds of war, such as post-traumatic stress (PTS), transitional anxiety and depression, will be available at the Lee Health Behavioral Health Clinic.
The clinical program at Lee Health will offer a multidisciplinary approach to care and complement Home Base Southwest Florida’s Warrior Health & Fitness Program.
Members of Lee Health’s behavioral health clinical team have received extensive clinical training in evidence-based therapies for PTSD by Home Base’s clinical experts from the leading Psychiatry Department in the nation – Massachusetts General Hospital.
Addressing what is often a barrier to care, clinical services at Lee Health will be provided at NO COST to Veterans or Military Families connecting to care through Home Base Southwest Florida. This care will be funded through philanthropic support from Wounded Warrior Project and the generosity of individual and corporate donors from the Southwest Florida region supporting Home Base Southwest Florida signature events like the Kensington and Pelican’s Nest golf tournaments and Run to Home Base Florida.
To learn more about clinical services available to Veterans, Service Members and Military Families at Home Base SWFL’s Outpatient Clinic at Lee Health, please contact Home Base Southwest Florida’s Operation & Special Projects Manager Monique Hashimoto at email@example.com, (239) 338-8389.
Home Base’s Two-Week Intensive Clinical Program (ICP)
Home Base’s two-week Intensive Clinical Program (ICP) was launched to treat Veterans and Families who are struggling with the Invisible Wounds of War, including Post-Traumatic Stress, Traumatic Brain Injury, Military Sexual Trauma, Depression, Anxiety and co-occurring substance use disorders. Based in Boston, but serving Veterans and Families from across the country, the Intensive Clinical Program offers a holistic and innovative approach to clinical care.