Let’s Bring Them Home Reacts to Recovery of Three Missing Women Found in Cleveland

Let’s Bring Them Home Reacts to Recovery of Three Missing Women Found in Cleveland

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Media Contact: Amy Smith

letsbringthemhome@gmail.com

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 have seen a growing number of recoveries over the years and this gives families who are searching hope – it gives our agency hope,” says Smith.

Let’s Bring Them Home is a national organization that provides safety education for children and adults as well as critical resources to families with missing loved ones.

“We tell families that our passion is prevention but our heart is with the missing,” says Smith, “And we mean that.  It is our desire to assist families in every way possible when they are faced with a missing loved one.”

Let’s Bring Them Home continues to work with families even after a recovery takes place.

“We think it is also important to remember that ambiguity can persist even in cases that result in reunification. When families are robbed of so many years, they have had to learn anew how to relate to each other, and we are here to help,” says Smith.

For more information about Let’s Bring Them Home email letsbringthemhome@gmail.com

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