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National Hotline for Missing Children:  800-The-Lost

National Hotline for Human Trafficking: 888-373-7888

National Runaway Switchboard: 800-RUN-AWAY



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Join Wheels of Hope 2014 ride from Denver to Pueblo, Colorado, September 11-14, 2014 to help bring awareness for missing persons in Colorado.



Your contribution will enable us to help Keep Hope Alive for missing people

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Dennis Crowley, Founder of Wheels of Hope for the Missing

For questions regarding the Wheels of Hope event in Colorado, please contact Dennis Crowley at:

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 "Letters to our Missing", 1st Edition

Approximate release date:  To be announced soon

We want to thank everyone who submitted a letter and/or poem to their missing loved one.

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Future books releases from Media for the Missing:

~ Int'l Letters to our Missing, followed by continuing editions

~ Letters to our Missing, followed by continuing editions

~ Missing and Murdered

~ Missing and Trafficked

~ Missing and Recovered

All titles will be announced for participation at the appropriate time. 

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How to identify a victim of human trafficking:

Everyone has the potential to discover a human trafficking situation. While the victims may sometimes be kept behind locked doors, they are often hidden right in front of us.



How to recognize signs of an abducted child:

Over time, an abducted child’s appearance may change, but there are recognizable signs that the average person can identify. 




***Disclosure: **Media for the Missing links to websites with missing person information in good faith and is not responsible for inaccurate information received from other websites.  If any information received on our site is proven to be false or misleading, linked site will no longer be available or recognized through our system. **Information provided on this website and through our system is intended to increase public awareness. At no time will Media for the Missing be held responsible or liable for inaccurate information. The escape self defense videos and information provided under ‘what you can do',  are intended as useful tips and suggestive tools.  Media for the Missing will be not held responsible or liable for the actions of these videos or suggestive safety prevention information. Thank you.

Statistic and Missing Person's Resources:
The Department of Justice
True TV Crime Library

Missing Person's related organizations