Home Base works to overcome barriers to care for family members in a variety of ways, including providing a variety of treatment and support groups aimed at bringing people together to foster ongoing peer connection. Home Base’s Clinical Team is multidisciplinary, and consists of psychiatrists, psychologists, physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, nurses, and social workers from Massachusetts General Hospital and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, both located in Boston, MA.

Treatment groups are focused on helping individual members change some aspect of their life by developing insight and building skills through structured sessions with clearly delineated goals. The group facilitator provides education, introduces coping strategies, facilitates the examination of new perspectives, and problem solves around challenges in implementing these changes outside of the group. Treatment groups are typically time-limited, with the goal of incorporating the newly learned, more effective ways of coping in one’s daily life.  The groups offered at Home Base have been developed in line with current treatments found to be effective in research studies. Treatment groups typically meet on a weekly basis, with some occurring on a monthly basis.

Click below to learn about the treatment and support groups Home Base is currently offering. *

*Please Note: Group times/dates are subject to change or variability.