Home Base TBI Partnership

In partnership with the SEAL Legacy Foundation, Home Base offer’s an Intensive Clinical Program (ICP) for Navy SEALs who are dealing with post- traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury or other invisible wounds. In the ICP, SEALs receive close to a year’s worth of treatment in two weeks, allowing SEALs to be put on a path of success that will compliment their ongoing care in their home towns.

Treatment, lodging, transportation and meals are covered at no cost to the SEAL.

Program Highlights

  • 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

About Home Base

Home Base Logo Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Program, heals invisible wounds for Veterans, Service Members and their Families through world-class clinical care, wellness, education and research. Home Base’s ICP is generously supported by Wounded Warrior Project® through Warrior Care NetworkTM. The SEAL-speci c ICPs are presented in partnership with the SEAL Legacy Foundation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is eligible?

All Navy SEALs suffering from invisible wounds are considered, regardless of discharge status.

How much does it cost?

Treatment, food, lodging and transportation expenses are covered for a participating SEAL and one accompanying Family Member, should they choose to attend. Insurance will be billed if the patient has it, but co-payments and remaining balances after insurance payments for ICP services provided are covered.

What will be the plan for care?

SEALs and their Families work with our clinical team to determine an individualized plan for each patient.

Is family included?

Family Members are an integral part of the healing process and will be encouraged to participate in treatment coordination and other program offerings. Family Members will also be provided with their own education and support opportunities.

What should I expect during my first call?

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

Get Started

Navy SEALs can email Home Base Veteran Outreach Coordinator Patrick Smith: [email protected] or call the Home Base clinic at 617-724-5202.

“(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.