Victim Support Services (formerly Families & Friends of Violent Crime Victims) is a non-profit agency serving Washington State. Direct services provided to survivors of arson, assault, attempted homicide, burglary, drunk & drugged driving, hate & bias crimes, home invasion, homicide, human trafficking, identity theft, missing persons, and robbery.
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FACES OF THE LOST™ is a Borderless Partnership expanding global reach, without charge to searching parents, focusing attention on the faces of missing children by encouraging business and citizen involvement via blast broadcasting, posting, passing forward, and pinning up missing children posters, pictures, and stories via email, Social Media, display ads, or on products.
With time being of the essence, searching parents are encouraged to obtain assistance from more than one missing child service provider. We can assist with recommendations, however, it does not imply endorsement.
A cooperative was formed in 2014 between two organizations in the USA and CANADA to better serve a larger population of searching families: Free services are provided in CANADA under the name FACES OF THE LOST SOCIETY-CANADA and in the USA under the name OPERATION LOOKOUT® National Center for Missing Youth-USA.
Assistance is provided as described by Congress in Title IV - Missing Children - of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974, as amended or approved and recognized by RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police).
Donors may support our efforts over the phone, by mail, or PayPal online. We rely solely on the generosity of caring people and businesses, fund-raising events, promotions, and in-kind support of services and products.
According to the U.S. Dept. of Justice, an average of 2,185 children are reported missing to law-enforcement agencies daily. While many of these stories have happy endings, others do not. Each child is precious and each one lost is a tragedy beyond description for their loved ones.
The disappearance of a child can have a devastating impact on the child and also the parent. A quick recovery is critical to reducing the trauma to both child and parent. Law enforcement, court involvement and OPERATION LOOKOUT® can make the difference in how effectively the search is conducted and can influence how quickly the child is recovered.
Actor, Writer, & Director says; "This has got to stop! But you and I don't know how to find them. Or, we ask...What can you and I do all by ourselves?" The answer is simple and easier than you could possibly imagine; participate or donate. Dyan also adds, "And, thank God for the folks at Operation Lookout who won't give up the search for your child."
The Yello Dyno Method™ is scientifically based on the Nobel Prize-winning research of Dr. Roger Sperry and the internationally recognized research on children in crisis of Dr. Bruce Perry.