Margulies Perruzzi’s Jason Costello and Joe Flynn presented Home Base with a check for $15,000 on Veteran’s Day during “Project Community: Helping Veterans Heal,” a special telethon event hosted by Randy Price on WCVB Channel 5. The money donated was raised at a fundraiser and silent auction held by Margulies Perruzi on November 6.
Margulies Perruzzi worked with Home Base on their new Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic, completed in 2018. The design includes 20 counseling treatment rooms, 3 large group therapy rooms, 2 exam rooms, lab, Family/Patient Lounge, demonstration/teaching kitchen, recording studio, a multi purpose music/art therapy room, a 1,500 sf Fitness Center, and an exterior deck with healing garden.
Professional support space includes conference, huddle, enclosed work setting phone rooms, patient record, copy and storage spaces. The program is entirely client-focused; there are no private physician offices, and treatment rooms are designed with a comfortable “living room” aesthetic.
The facility, including the fitness center, is fully accessible to accommodate service members with physical disabilities.
For more information on our project for Home Base including footage from WCVB, visit:
- Unique Home Base program brings veterans together through fitness
- New Home Base program helps military special operators readjust to civilian life