Center For The Missing Dba Texas Center For The Missing
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 202
Po Box 420148 Houston TX 77242 USA
The organizations purpose is to bring hope and healing to the missing and their families through crisis intervention, prevention, and community education.
Tcm distributes child id kits and safety publications to children, parents, and educators provides safety education to teach children how to stay safer in real life and on the internet teaches parents how to safeguard their children in real life and on the internet and what to do if their child goes missing. 2014 services included distributing 6,494 safety brochures and 2,904 child id kits presenting 120 child safety presentations attended by 6,056 children and 1,194 adults.
tcm provides services and support to law enforcement officers and agencies through training and amber alert issuance. 2014 services included issuing 20 amber alerts for 24 missing children, all but one of whom were located safely providing 18 local law enforcement trainings and presentations for 299 officers representing 26 agencies.
tcm provides case work, search, and case management to aid the recovery of missing persons and to facilitate the healing process for missing persons and their families. 2014 services included working 97 cases involving 78 missing children, 43 missing adults, and serving 76 family members.
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When my daughter went missing, this organization reached out to me in my time of stress and need. They went above and beyond my expectations. Not only did they assist in finding her, but they helped find and get her to a safe place. Melissa Rangel was my contact there and blew me away with her devotion to my case.
I cannot thank them enough. They were definitely the answer to this mother's prayers. Thank you so much TEXAS CENTER FOR THE MISSING and Melissa Rangel (my angel).
Janet L. Gates-Gibson
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