Celebrate with us!

Join us to celebrate 25 years of Brookview House providing mothers and children experiencing homelessness with a safe place to live and programs to build their self-esteem.

Meet our ‘Inspirational Woman of the Year’ Award Recipient:

Katrina Armstrong, MD, MSCE, Professor of Clinical Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and Physician-in-Chief, Department of Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH).  

Katrina Armstrong, M.D.

 

BUY TICKETS

Celebrate 25 Years!

Friday, September 25, 2015 – Exchange Hall on Boston’s Historic Waterfront

Details here!

ABOUT US

Brookview House is an independent, non-profit organization founded in 1990. Our mission is to help homeless and at risk families learn the skills necessary to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty…

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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

Damage from homelessness spreads outward, destroying lives, creating tragedies never imagined. School-age children and youth personify such a tragedy. The issue – homelessness – gets the attention, the children’s emotional needs are ignored…

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ADULT SERVICES

Brookview has an impressive record of success. The agency has helped 92% of families in our program to leave the ranks of homelessness permanently. These numbers only tell part of the story….

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GET INVOLVED

Brookview House is a 501(c) nonprofit organization. Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. Contact the Development office at (617) 265-2965 x 208.

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CALENDAR & PRESS RELEASES

Check out our upcoming events and see what we’ve been up to.

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CONTACT US

Check out our job opportunities, staff directory and how you can help!

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SUCCESS STORY

“Brookview helped me learn to communicate in English and recognized and nurtured my love of art. At first, I didn’t know how to speak English, and it was a big obstacle at school and in the community, so I needed to attend bilingual classes for two years. Now I go to regular classes; I have learned how to communicate in English very well. I joined the Teen Visionaries where I learned about domestic violence and tried photography for the first time. I also attended sculpture classes on Saturday mornings.” –Tania