The National Missing Persons Database is a powerful resource that will enable not only family members of the missing person, but law enforcement, medical examiners, and other members of the justice community to enter data regarding missing persons.
Although it is currently in its infancy, the system currently provides links and contact information to authorities on both and state and local level for all 50 states.
For more steps and information visit our online guide: Persons with Mental Illness Who Are Homeless or Missing: A Guide for Families
Visit NAMI's Missing Persons online discussion group to post information about your missing loved one, or to share support, advice, or assistance. (Free site registration required)
Contact the state or local NAMI in the area where your loved one was last seen or heard from.
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