“I feel like Bridge is always by my side and I get all the help and support I need as I work towards becoming independent.”
– Liberty House resident
Liberty House is a residence that provides opportunities for independent housing with minimal supervision.
This house is the perfect next step for young adults who have graduated from other Bridge programs such as the Transitional Living Program in Brighton. Liberty House residents are able to live on their own and build up their rent and credit histories in preparation for finding an apartment in the Greater Boston area.
November 2018 Ribbon Cutting
In November 2018, Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh joined with Liberty Mutual Insurance and Bridge Over Troubled Waters to celebrate the official opening of Liberty House, a residence for young people experiencing homelessness. The property was purchased this year with a $1 million gift from the Liberty Mutual Insurance Foundation and is managed and operated by Bridge Over Troubled Waters.
Liberty House in the News
New Support for Homeless Youth, Boston Neighborhood Network News video clip, November 28, 2018
Liberty House helps homeless youth build foundation, Boston Herald
November 28, 2018