We honor those children that have gone missing or have been abducted, and continue to dedicate ourselves to their safe return.
“You don’t know who is on the other end of that line. [Their experience can] be a lot closer to you than you think.”
Learn more about Jack and his experience with our crisis services center.
The National Runaway Safeline (NRS) is proud to announce this month’s organization of the month, SAMHSA, or Substance Abuse…
“What I love best, on the phone, is when I hear the exhale of breath on the other end of the line because the youth or their parent/guardian is finally able to relax…”
A volunteer at the National Runaway Safeline for 6 months, Beatriz shares her experiences communicating with youth in need in our crisis services center.
Learn more about the in-depth study below.
We appreciate the generosity of the donors who supported during April of 2016.
This year’s recipient of the Volunteer of the Year award is Rashida Black.
Learn more about Ken and his work below.