Portal To Hope is a non-profit organization committed to helping victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking crimes.
Portal To Hope offers a variety of programs and services which assist victims to begin the healing process and helps to rebuild self-esteem.
Portal To Hope also works directly with local community leaders and organizations, as well as members of the state legislature desiring to end the cycle of violence in their communities.
Portal To Hope's clients are new & existing victims from various communities throughout Massachusetts. We have programs with the cities of Everett, Lynn, Malden, Medford, Winthrop and neighboring Massachusetts communities.
Portal To Hope Victim Advocate, Nita Yung, visited with Eileen Dern, Director of Community Services at Hallmark Health, to thank Eileen and her team for their commitment to ending abuse. Hallmark Health has been a long-standing partner of Portal To Hope's, having provided office space and other support the award-winning nonprofit in Malden and Medford for seventeen years. Yung, who has partnered with team members at Hallmark Health to coordinate outreach activities over the years in the Malden community, recognizes Hallmark Health's leadership in the cause to end domestic violence. "People turn to hospitals and medical facilities for help from abuse, and Portal To Hope is thankful to Hallmark Health, where our close-knit partnership has worked to provide aid to an average of nine hundred people in Massachusetts each year," said Yung.
In partnership with Zion Church Ministries, Portal To Hope hosted a Candlelight Vigil on October 22, 2017, in remembrance of people whose lives have been impacted by domestic violence crime. Speakers at the Vigil included Bishop Robert G. Brown, Bishop Regina E. Shearer, State Senator Sal DiDomenico and Deborah Fallon, Founder of Portal To Hope.