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Minority Outreach Program

The Minority Outreach Program was created to increase awareness of problems associated with missing and exploited African American and Hispanic children.

The program goals are intended to educate families about measures that will help keep children safe from potential predators as well as response practices in the unfortunate event a child becomes missing.

The Minority Outreach program helps families and individuals recognize suspected cases of sexual exploitation; encourages families and individuals to listen to concerns of their children; and provides information about what to do, who to call, and what other actions may be required to address the needs of their children.

You can help by volunteering your time to work in your local community. Request additional information through our 24-hour toll-free Hotline at 1-800-THE-LOST®

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