The disappearance of a loved one can be a devastating experience for a family, but there are resources available to help. It is important for families to reach out for help and utilize the resources available to them during this difficult time. If you are searching for resource, visit Missing Person Support Center for a list of resources.
A concise resource from The Department of Justice for families of missing children.
The first 24 hours are incredibly important. If you believe your child is missing, you need to act fast. You don’t have to wait 24 hours to report a missing child. This is another resource for families
This national group is calling for a “decade of action and healing” to address the epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons. They bring awareness to the crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming
This group is for families to come together to support one another, tell your stories, share updates, heal, and share whatever is on your heart with other MMIWP family members.
RPM engages in truth-telling to address systemic bordertown violence and injustice towards tribal people of the Wind River Indian Reservation
Conversations about Tribal Advocacy, Tribal Voices, Justice, Indigenous Perspective and Tribal Erasure.
MMIP Billings L.L.C. offers consulting on a range of Indigenous issues impacting Indian Country.
Black and Missing Foundation, Inc (BAMFI) has been established as a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring awareness to missing persons of color; provide vital resources and tools to missing person’s families and friends and to educate the minority community on personal safety.
Provided by Black and Missing Foundation, Inc., this is a simple step by step guideline for collecting your child's DNA.