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.


For more information, please call (781) 338-7678 or email us using this link.

Portal To Hope Receives Victims of Crime Act Grant For Domestic Violence Prevention


Pictured above:   PTH Youth Leader Stacy Silva; State Representative Joseph McGonagle; PTH Youth Leader Siddhartha Shrestha; Verizon Wireless Public Relations Manager Michael Murphy; Everett Police Chief Steven Mazzie; State Senator Sal DiDomenico; State Representative Paul Donato; MOVA Executive Director Liam Lowney; former Everett Alderman Barbara Collins; PTH BOD Member Lori Fierro; Program Chair George Romvos; Founder Deborah Fallon; Victim Advocate Nita Yung; MOVA Grants Program Specialist Kristin Potrikus; MOVA Senior Grants Program Specialist Kristen Tavano; Hallmark Health Community Services Director Eileen Dern; and MOVA Director of Public Affairs Christopher Klaskin

Portal To Hope ("PTH") was awarded a Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant via the Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance (MOVA) which will help the nonprofit organization to build capacities and further efforts to serve people whose lives have been impacted by domestic violence crime.

Nationally recognized for its innovative partnership with the Everett Police Department, PTH's comprehensive service programs and interagency plan...