our campaigns

Stop Abuse For Everyone is the leading national organization raising awareness on abusive relationships. We advocate for the  need for services for all victims regardless of your gender, race, sexuality, or age. SAFE works to enlighten communities on different types of abuse issues individuals may face that are often underrepresented.  

SAFE was selected as one of only 50 promising strategy programs in the nation to prevent domestic violence by the National Crime Prevention Council. SAFE also works to reduce and prevent bullying, cyberbullying, and other digital abuse, as well as, providing educational information on dating violence and sibling and elder abuse. 

Stop Abuse for Everyone promotes acceptance of others  regardless of what they look like, their race, their beliefs, or their sexual orientation or gender. SAFE has campaigns to bring awareness on numerous abuse issues. 

Funds raised for the campaigns go towards changing the culture and other prevention programs; as well as public awareness and education, a dedicated website, brochures, and additional education and prevention resources and materials.

The goal of SAFE is to put an end to this crisis, to keep children of all ages safe and to create bullying prevention education in schools and online, as well as, create campaigns for other types of abuse such as dating violence, domestic violence, sibling abuse, and elder abuse.

Please join us in our efforts to educate and advocate and most of all to Stop Abuse for Everyone! 

Dianna Thompson
Stop Abuse For Everyone

Executive Director



Dianna Thompson is a nationally recognized expert on families, stepfamilies, and divorce related issues. A longtime political analyst, lobbyist, and spokesperson, Dianna has testified all over the country on legislation that affects families and served as the Chairman of the Family Law Reform Committee in Los Angeles, CA. 


Dianna has made numerous local and national television appearances, including the NBC Today Show, NBC The John Walsh Show, CNN, CNN Financial Network, Fox News Live, Montel Williams, MSNBC, and Court TV's Catherine Crier. She has also made hundreds of radio appearances, including National Public Radio, Radio America, Talk America, ABC Radio, CBS Radio, the Jim Bohannon Show, the Dennis Prager Show, the Lionel Show, the Mike Gallagher Show, the John & Ken Show, the Bill Handel Show, the Jason Lewis Show, the Tom Leykis Show, the Chris Core Show, the BBC, and more. 


Dianna has written columns for or has been quoted in hundreds of major newspapers and magazines, including Time Magazine, Redbook, Jane Magazine, the ABA Journal, Smart Money, Black Enterprise, Insight magazine, USA Today, the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, Newsday, the Orange County Register, the Detroit News, the Washington Times, the Boston Globe, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Washington Post, the Newark Star Ledger, the Miami Herald, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, the Christian Science Monitor, the Arkansas Democrat Gazette, the Sacramento Bee, the Tulsa World, the Houston Chronicle, the San Diego Union Tribune, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the New York Sun Times, the Chicago Sun Times, the Cincinnati Post, the Seattle Times, the Associated Press, and the Gazette.


Dianna is the former editor of Fathers & Families magazine and former Radio Show Host of a weekly radio show broadcasted in 40 markets. Dianna is the author of the social policy article "Child Support and Second Families" in the book "Choices in Relationships: An Introduction to Marriage and the Family".


Dianna is a sought out speaker and has spoken all over the country regarding paternity fraud, divorce, and family related issues affecting men, women, and families. 
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Jaclyn Moyer

Stop Abuse For Everyone

 Executive Business Administration



Jaclyn Moyer is the Executive Business Administrator for Stop Abuse For Everyone (SAFE) and has been working with SAFE for the last three years. She also volunteers for Family Reunion, an organization that promotes that both parents should be involved in their children's lives following a divorce or separation.


Jaclyn has an extensive background working with non-profit organizations. She has volunteered with organizations including: Ronald McDonald Charity Program, M.A.R.E. Therapeutic Riding Center, San Joaquin Community Hospital, and Houchin Blood Bank. She is very passionate about working with non-profit organizations on issues relating to the health and well-being of children and families. 


Jaclyn was valedictorian in middle school, won the Leslie B Hart scholarship, and was a peer counselor.  She assisted students in getting past obstacles that stood in their way of reaching their goals.  She then attended Centennial High School, where she was active in many extracurricular activities including: drama, mock trial and swim. She was an honor roll student all four years she attended Centennial High School and also received a lifetime membership to California Scholarship Federation.
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Gabriel Torres

Stop Abuse For Everyone

Video Production



Gabriel Torres is a Sophomore at Bakersfield College majoring in nursing with goals to become
a Nurse Practitioner. He has work experience tutoring for the
non-profit organization Learning-Pro Education, and Video Production experience from
interning with the non-profit organization Stop Abuse For Everyone (SAFE).


Gabriel was also part of the 2015-2016 Ford Dream Builder’s team where he was part of the
team that created and launched You’re Worth More, an
anti-cyber bullying website for teachers, parents, and students. His team was awarded The
Best Community Service Project of 2016 at the PEAAK Awards.
Laynatreell Allen

Stop Abuse For Everyone

Anti - Bullying Campaign Manager



Passion and action can eradicate change. Laynatreell Allen is on a mission to be a part of that change.  She is a 2017 graduate of California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB). There she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, with an emphasis in Public Relations, and a minor in Business Administration.  Her strong connection with children and families stem from having great teachers throughout the duration of her schooling, and is what led her to obtain an A.S. degree in Child Development and Family Relations at Bakersfield College (BC) two-years prior. 

While attending CSUB, Laynatreell was inducted into the National Society for Leadership and Success and received the National Leadership Engagement Award.  She was a part of the Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society, and selected as president of the 2017 induction ceremony.  She was selected to submit a written rebuttal essay for Roughneck Review at Bakersfield College titled, “What’s the Solution.”  When viewing challenging situations, Laynatreell believes the solution and how to achieve it should be everyone’s focus.

Her experience working with children and people was established from an early age.  Over the years, she has worked as a Recreational Leader at Recreations and Parks, an Assistant Teacher at Community Action Partnership of Kern, and a Supplemental Instructor for ENSL student for the Kern Community College District.  Currently Laynatreell works inPublic Relations for Stop Abuse for Everyone.

She volunteered as the Children’s Ministry Director at Pleasant View Church for three-years. There she created the Children Church program and monthly curriculum, as well as, conducted monthly teacher meetings. Other volunteer services include organizing events, such as the Friday Night Live Bash and back to school fundraisers.

She is skilled in editing programs such as Pages, Microsoft Office, Final Cut Pro, and Keynote.  She is proficient in creating brochures, press releases, public service announcements, media alerts, and other traditional and new media. Laynatreell has also organized speaker’s bureaus for organizations, such as Family Reunion and the Kern Community District.

She was a speaker at the women’s conference entitled, “Unrestricted Power,” and has experience publicly speaking in the Kern and Fresno Counties.