NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING ADULTS/LET’S BRING THEM HOME DOES NOT CONDONE WHISTLE BLOWING IN CLEVELAND CASE ROGERS, AR (May 10 2013) – President and Co-Founder of Let’s Bring Them Home, LaDonna Meredith, issued a statement Friday about the information leaked by Kym Pasqualini in the Michele Knight case.  “Kym Pasqualini is not associated with our [...]

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Finding the Missing: Creating optimism for others

Finding the missing: Creating optimism for others By Bianca Prieto Digital First Media The discovery this week of three Ohio women who were kidnapped and held hostage for years is considered by most to be nothing short of a miracle, but experts in the field say such stories are no longer unusual. "To us at [...]

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A big thanks to our new national sponsor, SOAPware! About SOAPware:  Since its founding by a physician over two decades ago, SOAPware has been providing the healthcare community with the most affordable, robust, easy-to-use EHR solutions available on the market. Our ONC-ATCB Certified software is designed by medical providers and engineered in a real-world setting, [...]

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LET’S BRING THEM HOME REACTS TO RECOVERY OF CLEVELAND THREE ROGERS, AR (May 7, 2013) – Executive Director and Co-Founder of Let’s Bring Them Home, Amy Smith, issued a statement Tuesday about the recovered kidnapping victims in Cleveland. Our agency is incredibly thankful for the recovery of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michele Knight.  “We [...]

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Did you know that Let's Bring Them Home absorbed the National Center for Missing Adults (NCMA) in 2009? Let's Bring Them Home Absorbs National Center for Missing Adults Bentonville, AR. – Let’s Bring Them Home (LBTH), a Bentonville, Arkansas non-profit offering safety education to children and families, as well as resources to families with missing [...]

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(CNN) -- A Pennsylvania woman who mysteriously disappeared 11 years ago has resurfaced in Florida, saying that she just walked out on her family, her life and her problems. Brenda Heist, 54, turned herself into authorities in Key Largo, Florida on Friday, informing them that she thought she might be wanted in another county. The [...]

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Prevention Education Opportunities

      Character Kids-program designed for preschool age using a combination of stories, songs and games to teach appropriate character traits.       Esteem Builders-for elementary age focusing on self-image, self-worth, and empathy through stories, hands-on activities and group discussion.       Cyber Safe-an internet safety program specifically for the older elementary. Program explores how to be safe [...]

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Razorfest Walk/Run Registration

If you are signing up for the Razorfest walk/run for Let's Bring Them Home, please make your payment by: Under the words  "give a one time gift" on the right of this page, type in $20 and click the donate button.  Please follow the instructions from there.  It is just that simple! If you prefer [...]

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Day 69 of 365 simple but powerful ways YOU can help the families of the missing: Read www.aolnews.com/2010/02/09/after-22-years-tv-drama-helps-family-find-missing-loved-one/

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Let’s Bring Them Home Supports Outpost For Hope

Want to be in the know about what Outpost for Hope is up to and opportunities to be involved? Go on over to their website at outpostforhope.org and join their e-mail newsletter. Look for the sign up box on the top right hand side of the home page. It's free, it's easy and they promise not [...]

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