Our mission is to provide strong and solid assistance to the families whose loved ones have gone missing and they are forced to navigate through the system during one of the most tragic times in their lives and to provide a voice for the unidentified in an effort to return them to their loved ones.
In 2017 NCIC statistics showed there were 651,226 missing persons files including those 21 years of age and over. As of December 2017, the FBI had 88,089 active cases contained. It is stated that every 40 seconds a child goes missing, it can take over two hours to get information about a missing child from a panicked parent. In 1980 there were 150,000 missing person cases reported each year. The number is now close to 900,000.
As of 2017 Human Trafficking was reported to be a $32 billion dollar a year industry. Victims of trafficking can be used and abused over and over making their traffickers a steady profit stream. Trafficking is on the rise in all 50 States. It is reported that 4.5 million of trafficked persons are sexually exploited and up to 300,000 Americans under 18 are lured into the commercial sex trade every year.
Homelessness in America is on the rise. As of 2016 it was reported there were 564,708 homeless people in America. Of this number 206,286 were families. 358,422 were individuals and a quarter of this entire group were children. It is stated that 8% of this population are veterans. Statistics also show that many living homeless on the streets have been reported missing and their families are looking for them.