Missing Children Links

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

Phone # 1-800-The-Lost (1-800-843-5678)


Phone # 1-866-305-4673
(TeamH.O.P.E. is a support and resource network for families of missing children)


      AMECO is an organization of member agencies in the U.S. and Canada dedicated to serve the cause of missing and exploited children, their families and the community at large. Non Profit Missing Children organizations listed by State

State Missing Children Clearinghouses

      Since 1984, every State is mandated to have a clearinghouse. Most of the State Clearinghouses are attached to the State Attorney General's office because the State Clearinghouses work with law enforcement to track missing children's cases. However, some State Clearinghouses are part of the state's social services.

      The State Clearinghouses are all required to track cases of missing persons and to provide resources to law enforcement and the searching families. However, all State Clearinghouses do not offer an equal set amount of resources. Consequently parents and caregivers should contact their State Clearinghouse to find out what assistance it is providing. Parents and caregivers should also contact State Clearinghouses in other states to evaluate their services in order to complement those offered by their own State Clearinghouse.

Beyond Missing.com

(Resource for Quickly Creating and Distributing Missing Persons Flyers)

Laura Recovery Center

      The mission of the Laura Recovery Center is to foster the Triangle of Trust among Law Enforcement, Community, and a missing child's Family and thereby inspire citizens to prepare for and be able to respond immediately in addressing the needs of a missing child.

      The Laura Recovery Center (LRC) Manual describes how to conduct a massive, citizen directed effort to recover a missing child. It is expected that the recovery effort will be carried out in full cooperation with the presiding local law enforcement agency. Coordination of ground searches for missing children who we believe to have been abducted.

Phone # 1-866-898-5723 (LRCF)
Fax # (281) 482 5727
Email: [email protected]

Family Survival Guide

      This Guide is not the product of abstract academic research. It was written (with assistance from law enforcement and youth service professionals) by parents who have experienced the trauma of a missing child. It provides firsthand insights into what parents should do and what they should expect, and offers heartfelt words of hope and encouragement at a time when they are needed most. When Your Child Is Missing: A Family Survival Guide describes the steps that families and law enforcement agencies take as they forge a constructive partnership in their efforts to find the missing child.

National Runaway Switchboard

Phone # 1-800-621-4000


Phone # 1-800-690-3463 (FIND)


PO. Box 1902
Wilsonville, Oregon 97070

Phone # 503-685-9382

Child Seek Forum
Our Heartbeat

email: [email protected]

Warriors for the Missing

P. O. Box 627 Anaheim, CA 92815
Phone: 1-877-411-4GO2
Email: [email protected]

G.I.N.A. for Missing Persons

PO Box 627 Anaheim, CA 92815
Phone: 1-877-411-GINA
Email: [email protected]

G.I.N.A. for Missing Persons has been active in the missing persons
community for about two years now and going strong.

Project Jason

Phone # 402-932-0095
email: [email protected]

Parental Abduction Child Recovery Team

Phone # 1-866-HOPE-163
email: [email protected]

Sex Offender Databases

To access sex offender database for all states click the above link.
When more links become available we hope to post them on this site.

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