Resiliency Programs

The Home Base Resiliency Programs are six-session courses designed to teach a variety of mind-body techniques and skill-building exercises to manage stress.

Building resiliency for a healthy life

Resilient Warrior and Resilient Family are six-session, mind-body courses developed by Home Base in collaboration with the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital (BHI).

Resilient Youth, developed by the Massachusetts General Hospital Child Resiliency Program and BHI, is also a six-session course. Home Base is pleased to offer this educational series to any Military-connected child in grades 1-12.

The fundamental principle of each of these three programs is that while people may not be able to control stressful events, they can learn to control their response to stress and, in turn, improve their ability to adapt more effectively to stress.

UPCOMING SESSIONS:

Resilient Youth: One 45-minute session per week for six weeks, each Tuesday from January 10-February 14, 2023. Elementary school at 5:00-5:45pm ET, middle school at 6:00-6:45pm ET. Click here to register.

Resilient Warrior: One 90-minute session per week for six weeks, each Tuesday from January 17-February 21, 2023 at 1:30-3:00pm ET. Click here to register.

Resilient Family: One 90-minute session per week for six weeks, each Tuesday from March 7-April 11, 2023 at 1:30-3:00pm ET. Click here to register.

Additional dates for the remainder of 2023 will be posted soon.

Resilient Warrior

Designed to help Veterans and Service Members learn effective techniques for managing stress.

Resilient Family

Designed to help Family Members of Veterans or Service Members learn effective techniques for managing stress.

Resilient Youth

Designed for Military-connected children and teens to learn practical skills for reducing stress.