There are a number of people who can help protect and support you during this difficult time. Family, Friends and/or other safe adults can assist you in addressing the situation and moving past what has occurred.
Here is a list of local organizations that can help!
National Center For Missing and Exploited Children – “CyberTipline” 1-800-843-5678
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children® opened in 1984 to serve as the nation’s clearinghouse on issues related to missing and sexually exploited children. Today NCMEC is authorized by Congress to perform 22 programs and services to assist law enforcement, families and the professionals who serve them. The CyberTipline is operated in partnership with the FBI, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, U.S. Postal Inspection Service, U.S. Secret Service, military criminal investigative organizations, U.S. Department of Justice, Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force program, as well as other state and local law enforcement agencies.
Nevada Child Seekers – Southern Nevada 702-458-7009 | Washoe County 775-856-6200
Nevada Child Seekers is the only nonprofit, missing children’s organization in Nevada and they do not charge for their services. They keep parents closely involved in their cases and are available to assist the proper authorities. Trained, police-screened volunteers carry out many of their education programs enabling them to be efficient and effective. For more information on Nevada Child Seekers visit For more information visit Programs and Services.
Rape Crisis Center – 702-366-1640
The Rape Crisis Center was founded in 1974 as Community Action Against Rape with the goal of supporting victims of sexual assault within Clark County, NV. Today, their mission is to provide help, hope and healing to those affected by sexual violence. They provide education, awareness and support. Whether the assault or abuse happened a week ago, or decades ago, counseling assistance is available. Weekly support groups, as well as individual therapy sessions for survivors and members of their support system are available to help work through the trauma and move forward in hope and healing in their Signs of Hope Counseling Center, sponsored by the Nevada Women’s Philanthropy.
United Way of Southern Nevada – 702-892-2300
United Way of Southern Nevada works to advance the common good through their focus on education, health and financial stability, the building blocks of a good life. Since 1957, United Way of Southern Nevada has attracted people with the desire to make our community a better place. Today, individuals and companies alike share their energy and resources so that our children, families, seniors, and others in need can receive assistance and lead fulfilling, productive lives.