At our Eighth Annual Community of Conscience Breakfast Reception on May 11, 2017, join emcee José Massó, and speakers Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Reverend Liz Walker, and Curdina Hill to celebrate Casa Myrna’s inspiring past and look forward to an even brighter future.Learn More
In 1977, Casa Myrna opened its doors as just one shelter, staffed entirely by volunteers. Since then, we’ve grown a lot, but our passion has remained the same. Find out how we’re honoring friends like you who have made 40 years of new beginnings possible for survivors and their families.Learn More
Reflect on art as a powerful catalyst for individual and communal growth in the wake of trauma at the gallery opening of The Healing Power of Art, an international curated exhibit on display through October 2017. Tickets available in late summer. Liquid Art House, 100 Arlington Street, Boston.Learn More
Casa Myrna is Boston’s largest provider of shelter and supportive services to survivors of domestic violence, providing safety, resources, advocacy and information since 1977. We operate SafeLink, the statewide domestic violence hotline, and promote domestic and dating violence prevention through awareness and education.
Casa Myrna’s mission is to deliver solutions to end domestic and dating violence through intervention, awareness, and prevention.Learn More
Michelle and her daughter Lucy stayed at Casa Myrna’s Teen Parenting Program for two years after escaping an abusive relationship that began when Michelle was just 14 years old. Michelle was excited to show our community what their support for survivors can do. She wants all survivors, especially teens, to know that they are never alone.Read More See All