Resiliency Center for Boston Marathon Bombing Victims Opens at BMC
The Massachusetts Resiliency Center, an innovative resource center providing free services and activities for victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings, opened on Wednesday at Boston Medical Center. The opening was announced by Massachusetts Attorney General, Martha Coakley.
Operated by the Massachusetts Office of Victim Assistance (MOVA), this unique center offers traumatic brain injury services, mental health counseling, hearing impairment services, support groups, and rehabilitation services to anyone who was impacted by the Marathon attacks. An advisory board composed of bombing survivors participated in the planning of the center, and will continue to guide its development in the years to come.
More information about the Resiliency Center can be found by calling 844-STRONG1 (844-787-6641), or by visiting the MOVA website.