Families/Friends of Missing Children

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    Taxonomy Code: YJ-6250.2550

    The parents, siblings, friends or other relatives or significant others of children or adolescents who have been forcibly abducted by a parent not having legal custody, an acquaintance or a stranger, and concealed from their legal parents or guardians; or have otherwise disappeared.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    CHILD FIND LOCATIONHelps find missing children through pre-registration program, through the national dissemination of photos of missing children to businesses and corporations, and through networking efforts with law enforcement, state clearinghouse personnel, social service agencies and missing children agencies.CHILD FIND LOCATIONCHILD FIND OF AMERICA, INC.
    CHILD FIND MEDIATIONRecovers parentally abducted children and helps to resolve parental custodial disputes through the use of: professional family mediators the toll free number for in-flight and contemplating parents preventative counseling for parents contemplating abduction of their children and referrals to additional agencies and services.CHILD FIND MEDIATIONCHILD FIND OF AMERICA, INC.
    CHILD FIND PUBLIC INFORMATIONOffers safety materials for children and preventive counseling through A-WAY-OUT services. Also promotes awareness and prevention information about Child Find's safety program and services, and sponsors National Missing Children Day, May 25th. Also offers referral services when needed.CHILD FIND PUBLIC INFORMATIONCHILD FIND OF AMERICA, INC.
    YELLO DYNO SAFE-T-CHILD PROGRAMOffers child safety program training to prevent child abduction. Programs offered to private organizations, school curriculum, childrens workshops and assemblies, parent workshops, staff development, and child identification(includes fingerprinting).YELLO DYNO SAFE-T-CHILD PROGRAMYELLO DYNO SAFE-T-CHILD PROGRAM

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