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Team HOPE provides assistance to families of missing or sexually exploited children by offering peer support, resources, and empowerment from trained volunteers. These volunteers are mothers, fathers, siblings, and extended family members who have experienced or are currently living with the pain of a missing or sexually exploited child. They have turned their personal tragedies into vital lifelines of support for other families.
Team HOPE has 8 teams of volunteers.
Four teams are comprised of parents who have personally endured the experiences of having their children abducted by a non-family member, lured by Internet exploiters, or considered runaways. These volunteers are matched to families with similar case types.
One team of Spanish-speaking individuals reaches out to Hispanic families who are searching for their missing child who was abducted by a non-family member, lured by Internet exploiters, or considered an endangered runaway.
A Parental Abduction team reaches both domestically and internationally to assist in matching left-behind family members with volunteers who have experienced abduction in their family.
A Spanish-speaking team supports searching families whose child was domestically or internationally abducted by a family member.
A team of volunteers who assist families whose children have been victims of online enticement, child pornography, and other types of child sexual exploitation.
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