Domestic Abuse Disruption empowers survivors of domestic violence to find safety so that they can begin to rebuild their lives. We believe that no one should live in fear. Our services are free to those in need.
SHE IS NOT ALONE!
CHEAT TECHNIQUE CLASS
COURT ESCORT & PREPARATION
LIFE AND JOB SKILLS COACHING
DANGER & LETHALITY ASSESSMENTS
CONTACT US IF YOU NEED HELP
If you you are in immediate danger, call 911.
For general questions, or to ask about our services, please contact us. We’re here to help.
Call us: (540) 556-7059
Email us: Hello@DADHelps.org
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God only knows where I would have been without your help. After being strangled, beaten, battered, and bitten, I was completely physically and emotionally distraught. I will forever be grateful for you and everyone that has helped me and continues to. God Bless each of you!
Since 2012 we have been helping victims of domestic violence escape from their abusive partners and environments. Our goal is to help turn victims into survivors and get them to a place where they can begin to rebuild their lives. We never provoke abusers or encourage violence. Actually, we do everything that we can to avoid altercations or confrontations of any kind. We simply want to be a voice for the voiceless because everyone deserves to feel safe. Because we want to help women who are truly in need, we require that the women that we help actively participate in their journey to safety.
Domestic Abuse Disruption is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and donations are tax deductible. You can donate online by clicking the button below. You can also drop your donation off at any Hometown Bank branch. Just let them know it is for D.A.D.
“Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves; ensure justice for those being crushed. Yes, speak up for the poor and helpless, and see that they get justice.” Proverbs 31:8-9
MEET THE LEADERSHIP TEAM
L.G. “Trey” Gregory, III
Co-Founder & President, Director
Trey is co-founder and president of Domestic Abuse Disruption, Inc. He was a police officer in the United States Air Force and Roanoke City Police Department before spending 25 years as a process server. Trey is a graduate of the Cardinal Criminal Justice Academy, U.S.A.F. Law Enforcement Specialist School and the Roanoke City Police Academy. He is happily married with three children and one grandson.
Kenny is a proud co-founder of Domestic Abuse Disruption, Inc. He was born in 1965, is a native of the Roanoke Valley, and attended Salem High School. Since 2002, Kenny has worked as a Motor Equipment Operator at the City of Salem Solid Waste Transfer Station. Most importantly, Kenny is a proud single-father of two girls, and grandfather to 3 precious granddaughters.
Other Board Members
Liniel G. Gregory, Jr.
Liniel G. Gregory, Jr., Director, Domestic Abuse Disruption, Inc. is a resident of Fincastle in Botetourt County, Virginia. Mr. Gregory retired as Corporate Secretary from Fleetmaster Express, Inc. on December 31, 2015. He is now the Managing Member of Translaw, LLC, in Roanoke, Virginia, which he founded on January 4, 2016. Translaw focuses on federal and state motor carrier, warehouse, and fork lift compliance and safety. Mr. Gregory has been a member of Transportation Law Professionals since 1987 and serves attorneys as an expert witness in Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina.
Steve Rapp grew up in Salem, VA. He is a graduate of Salem High School, class of 1985. Mr. Rapp retired from the U.S. Air Force after serving for 21 years. His assignments included Langley Air Force Base, the Pentagon, Air Force Recruiting Service and the Defense Intelligence Agency. He is now the owner of R&R Market and Snack Bar in Radford, VA. Mr. Rapp is an active board member of Friends of Claytor Lake (FOCL) and Domestic Abuse Disruption (D.A.D.). He enjoys spending his extra time helping these two great organizations. He lives at Claytor Lake, where he enjoys fishing, boating, and spending time with Stevie his English Bulldog.