About

NCMA is the national clearinghouse for missing adults and primary service provider to various government agencies, law enforcement, media, & families

NCMA maintains a national database of thousands of missing adults determined to be "endangered" or otherwise at-risk in the US.

NCMA has provided assistance since 1994! Since 2005, NCMA has been waiting for Congress to reauthorize Kristen's Act to provide the funding so crucially needed to continue its work. Suffering a funding shortfall after providing services to those missing in the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, followed by the down-turn in the economy, NCMA is one of thousands of nonprofits whose work is jeopardized.

As the primary resource for families of missing adults and law enforcement agencies throughout the nation, it is crucial we reach out to our supporters. Please help us raise awareness.

Every little bit counts! For example: We can all pledge to raise $100.00 and ask for donations from our friends, family, co-workers, church and memberships within our communities. We can even ask them to join the cause and take the pledge!

Help Us Help Them!

1. To continue providing support services to families of missing adults throughtout the nation.

2. Enable NCMA to expand services for missing persons with disabilities, such as Alzheimer's disease.

3. Raise awareness about their worthy cause.