The North American directory of programs for runaways, homeless youth and missing children

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(December). The North American Directory of Programs for Runaways, Homeless Youth, and Missing Children. Washington, D.C.: Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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This publication provides preventative information, advice and suggestions aimed at reducing the likelihood of children going missing. One of the most valuable aspects of this booklet is the Directory of Helping Services which covers counselling, advice and referral agencies and organisations that can provide help and support for parents, families and friends of missing.

The following people have been missing for an extended period of time. They are all listed on State and National Missing Persons registries. If you know the location of, or how to contact any of these individuals, please call the TPD non-emergency line at () You may also leave a confidential tip or information for investigators.

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This report calls for a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to child abuse and neglect research that examines factors related to both children and adults across physical, mental, and behavioral health domains--including Author: Laura Ax-Fultz. One in six runaway children ends up trafficked.

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Operation Underground Railroad often assists in rescues, led by local law enforcement or the FBI. Missing Children and Runaways California Youth Crisis Hotline - hour Confidential assistance for runaway children or those considering running away.

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Nationally, there are about 1 million youth who are homeless, including youth who runaway (National Runaway Switchboard Statistics, ).Homeless youth are young people, from ages 12 years to the early twenties, who have spent at least one night on the streets, in a public space (e.g.

park), or shelter (Rotheram-Borus et al.,Greene et al., ).Cited by: Her research interests include HIV/AIDS prevention with adolescents, children and family wellness, assessment and modification of children's social skills, suicide among adolescents and homeless youths.

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