RESOURCES 

Eagles Flight Advocacy & Outreach was created with the idea that families with special needs children required support, education and empowerment. Eagles Flight Advocacy & Outreach was created out of our own journey through the educational process of our special needs children. Eagles Flight Advocacy & Outreach is committed to assisting special needs families with community resources and referrals. Assisting the special needs, single parent and lower-income families with health and human resources. Educating professionals, law enforcement, and first responders about people with disabilities and proper interactions. Our goal is to assist families with special needs children to obtain these three things: a better education, community involvement, and continuous support. Our secondary goal is to encourage, support, and provide resources and referrals to single parent, low-income, and refugee families as they move toward self-sufficiency. Eagles Flight Advocacy & Outreach is a non-profit Corporation. Founded by parents of special needs children who work collaboratively with other organizations to support, encourage, educate and empower families with special needs.

National Alliance of Mental Illness


The thought of a family member, a friend, or someone else you care about going missing can be terrifying. You don’t know where they are, if they’re hurt or if they need help. When this person lives with a mental health condition, the situation may be even more serious. Taking action quickly can make a difference.

NamUs is a national information clearinghouse and resource center for missing, unidentified, and unclaimed person cases across the United States. Funded and administered by the National Institute of Justice and managed through a contract with RTI International, all NamUs resources are provided at no cost to law enforcement, medical examiners, coroners, allied forensic professionals, and family members of missing persons.

As the nation's nonprofit clearinghouse and comprehensive reporting center for all issues related to the prevention of and recovery from child victimization, NCMEC leads the fight against abduction, abuse, and exploitation - because every child deserves a safe childhood.

Texas Equusearch began in 2000 to provide volunteer horse-mounted search and rescue for lost and missing persons.

TEXSAR is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit first responder organization headquartered in Austin, Texas. TEXSAR serves all citizens of the State of Texas and deploys at the request of law enforcement, fire departments, and emergency management agencies. TEXSAR provides specialized services such as ground search and rescue; flood and swiftwater rescue; K9 search, rescue, and recovery; disaster relief services; wildland fire; aerial search; UAV support; and dive team operations. TEXSAR is fully self-sufficient, including incident management team (IMT) capabilities, logistics and communications. TEXSAR’s services are free to requesting agencies and are staffed by volunteers who are trained professionals in their fields.
TEXSAR is made up of multiple divisions across the State and deploys to all 254 counties in the State of Texas.

TEXSAR is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit first responder organization headquartered in Austin, Texas. TEXSAR serves all citizens of the State of Texas and deploys at the request of law enforcement, fire departments, and emergency management agencies. TEXSAR provides specialized services such as ground search and rescue; flood and swiftwater rescue; K9 search, rescue, and recovery; disaster relief services; wildland fire; aerial search; UAV support; and dive team operations. TEXSAR is fully self-sufficient, including incident management team (IMT) capabilities, logistics and communications. TEXSAR’s services are free to requesting agencies and are staffed by volunteers who are trained professionals in their fields.
TEXSAR is made up of multiple divisions across the State and deploys to all 254 counties in the State of Texas.

The Charley Project profiles over 15,000 “cold case” missing people mainly from the United States. It does not actively investigate cases; it is merely a publicity vehicle for missing people who are often neglected by the press and forgotten all too soon. A person must have been missing for at least one year to be listed; see the FAQ for additional information on the site, its goals, and its founder/administrator.

Extensive resources are listed regarding reporting and identifying missing persons.  Resources are available to law enforcement and families of the missing.