Texas Center for the Missing was founded by a mother who, following the traumatic search and loss of her own son, saw the need for an organization that could walk with families and provide the support they need to make it through each day. We remain dedicated to our founding mission and strive to protect and serve the missing and their families through each step of the location and reunification process. This page is dedicated in honor of those who continue to search with inspirational courage and hope, and most especially for those trying to find their way home.
If you are seeking help for a missing person case, call our Case Manager
at (713) 599 – 0235 or Get Help Now online.
Open Long-Term Missing Cases
With thanks to our National Missing Children’s Day 2017 Corporate Partner, Clear Channel Outdoor. This page is made possible, in part, because of Clear Channel Outdoor’s Community Investment.
For additional information on Missing Persons and long-term missing cases, visit the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NaMus) or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to learn how to help identify and bring home the missing.
Texas Center for the Missing does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, or age in the delivery of any services.