Intensive Clinical Program (Two Weeks)

(My Veteran) feels he has a new chance to start over, thanks to your program. You are saving lives; the work you do is deeply important.” –A Family Participant in Home Base’s Intensive Clinical Program.

Home Base’s two-week Intensive Clinical Program (ICP) is designed 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, and Anxiety. Based in Boston, but serving Veterans and their support members from across the country, the Intensive Clinical Programs offer a holistic and innovative approach to clinical care that includes:

  • Comprehensive Evaluation
  • Individual Treatment
  • Group Therapy
  • Stress Reduction and Resiliency
  • Fitness & Nutrition
  • Family Support & Education
  • Integrative Therapies such as yoga, art & Tai Chi
  • Social activities

The Intensive Clinical Program is a transformative initiative that could very well change the manner in which we provide care to Veterans in the 21st Century.” –Brigadier General (Ret.) Jack Hammond, Executive Director of Home Base

The Home Base ICP is staffed by Massachusetts General Hospital clinicians and fitness and nutrition experts, all of whom who are trained in military culture and specialize in treating the Invisible Wounds of War.

Transportation, lodging and meals are covered for a participating Veteran and an accompanying support person. For those who have insurance, the treatment costs will be billed; however the Veterans will never have co-pays or further out of pocket costs. For those without insurance, full treatment is still available. Veterans and Families will never be denied based on their ability to pay.

Who is eligible?

All Veterans and Service Members with the above service-related injuries are considered, regardless of discharge status.

How much does it cost?

Basic food, lodging and transportation expenses are provided to participating Veterans and one accompanying support member, should they choose to attend. Insurance, if you have it, will be billed, but co-payments and remaining balances after insurance payments for services provided in the ICP are covered.

What will be the plan for care?

Veterans and their support members work with our clinical team to determine an individualized plan for each person.

Is family included?

During the admission process, Service Members/Veterans are invited to identify a family member or close support person to participate in the ICP Family Program.  The 2-day ICP Family Program takes place the first Thursday and Friday of the ICP.   The program is currently presented live via Zoom.   CLICK HERE for more information

What should I expect during my first call?

Your first call will involve a discussion to increase our understanding of your specific situation. Information gathered will help assure your health needs are the right match to the services we provide.

How do I start?

Please call the Home Base Clinic at 617-724-5202 or CLICK HERE