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Resources to help families with loved ones missing

Discussion in 'Australia' started by Imamazed, May 1, 2015.

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  1. Imamazed

    Imamazed Lead Administrator Staff Member

    When Someone You love Is Missing -We will provide anyone instant and long-term web exposure to help find their loved one. We will provide an unlimited amount of attention to their needs to have the case seen online. Never a charge for our service to the affected - and always here when you need us. ph. US (+001) 386-334-8031orCLICK HERE IMMEDIATELYto email.
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    MarlyWings Retired Staff

    Missing Persons Advocacy Network (MPAN)

    Missing Persons Advocacy Network (MPAN) creates awareness for missing persons and provides practical support to those left behind. We have an online guide of what to do when someone goes missing and establish corporate partnerships that not only increase visibility for the issue but also lessen the financial impact on those searching.

    One hundred Australians are reported missing every day, and while most are found quickly, many remain missing long term. Research shows at least 12 people are directly impacted when someone goes missing – emotionally, psychologically, financially – almost half a million Australians every year.

    Missing Persons Advocacy Network (MPAN) was established in 2013 by Loren O’Keeffe, whose brother Dan went missing in July 2011. His disappearance prompted the biggest campaign of its kind, Dan Come Home. Over 18 months, the search for Dan gained significant traditional media attention and a captive social media audience of over 30,000. Other families in similar situations began to make contact, desperate for advice and support, which led Loren to found MPAN.

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    MarlyWings Retired Staff

    When someone you know goes missing

    August 25, 2016

    For a number of years WayAhead has been associated with the Families and Friends of Missing Persons Unit at the NSW Department of Justice through participation on their Interagency Forum Meeting. The unit is one of a kind in Australia and it researches, supports, counsels and works closely with people who are affected by the loss of a missing person. WayAhead sit on the committee with representatives from various organisations such as Australian Red Cross, Salvation Army, NSW Police, Federal Police and International Social Service Australia.

    In Australia approximately 35,000 are reported missing each year. The majority are located within a short time but there remain 1600 long term missing people.

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