Shareholder Matthew Breddan Vice President of Haven Hills Board


The Reape-Rickett Law Firm is proud to announce Shareholder Matthew Breddan, Esq. is the new Vice President for Haven Hills Domestic Violence Agency Board of Directors. This is Mr. Breddan’s fourth year serving the organization as a Board member and his first as Vice President. Mr. Breddan is excited to continue his commitment to supporting and advancing Haven Hills’ mission of providing safety, shelter, and support to survivors of domestic violence.

Experienced Southern California Domestic Violence Attorney


Mr. Breddan began practicing law in 1994 and has focused exclusively on family law matters for over twenty years. Throughout his career, Mr. Breddan has represented and advocated for domestic violence survivors and their children in and out of family law courtrooms. He understands the vital role organizations like Haven Hills have in helping people break free from abuse. Since joining The Reape-Rickett Law Firm as a Shareholder in 2013, Mr. Breddan and the firm have expanded their support for Haven Hills through event sponsorships and direct support, including providing holiday meals for families at the shelter. In 2018, Mr. Breddan became a member of Haven Hills’ Board of Directions, solidifying his support of the organization and the families they serve. Mr. Breddan looks forward to continuing his support of Haven Hills’ mission and commitment to saving lives, inspiring change, and transforming victims into empowered survivors.

Services for Domestic Violence Survivors


Established in 1977, Haven Hills works to break the cycle of abuse by providing safety and support to survivors. Haven Hills provides a wide range of services, including a 24/7 crisis support, crisis shelter, transitional housing, educational outreach programs, and more. Through its network of services and care, Haven Hills helps an average of 2,500 people break away from abuse and create a new life every year. If you or someone you care for needs support or help to escape domestic violence, call Haven Hills‘ 24-hour crisis line at 818-887-6589 or the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233. 

For additional information about Haven Hills and its entire Board click Here, and to learn more about Shareholder Matthew Breddan, view his biography here.

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