Missing People is an independent charity which offers a lifeline when someone disappears. On 25th May 2012 it launched a new free helpline (116 000) to help reconnect vulnerable missing adults with their family. This initiative is a response to the Government’s Missing Children and Adults Strategy, launched in December 2011.
Missing People says: “A reconnection with family or significant other may, in some cases, offer an early way of helping rough sleepers off the streets. If a rough sleeper wants support in reconnecting with family that they are out of touch with, the charity Missing People offers free 24 hour confidential support, help and advice by phone, e-mail and text, including the opportunity to reconnect by exchanging messages or being supported in their reconnection via a 3-way call involving Missing People’s helpline staff. They can be contacted on 116000.”
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