• MOVA  is working with service providers throughout the country to try to ensure that victims and witness of the Marathon Bombings receive needed support.  MOVA is committed to helping these survivors determine their own path to recovery and healing.

    The Massachusetts Resiliency Center

    The Massachusetts Resiliency Center [Resiliency Center] is a place of hope, healing, and recovery for survivors of the Boston Marathon bombings and the events that followed.  The Resiliency Center is a physical and virtual hub designed to enable individuals to access vital resources and services, receive information that fosters recovery and resilience, and come together for mutual support. The Resiliency Center offers a single-point of entry into a variety of strength-based services.  Funded by a federal grant through the Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance, the Resiliency Center is located at 1208 VFW Parkway in Boston and welcomes all individuals and community members who have been impacted by the tragic events of April 15th, 2013, and the days that followed.  

    All services can be accessed by calling 1-844-STRONG1, e-mailing resiliencycenter@bmc.org, or visiting  www.MAresiliencycenter.org

    Additional Information

    Frequently Asked Questions Sheet (FAQ) pdf format of Marathon FAQs

    Resources Available to Victims of the Boston Marathon Attack

    AEAP Fact Sheet January 2014 pdf format of AEAP Fact Sheet January 2014