We are an association of professionals and volunteers who assist child victims of exploitation; in prevention, rescue, procuring legal representation, safe housing, and rehabilitative therapy.
Who We Are
The National Association for Missing and Exploited Children, Inc. is a not‐for‐profit charity organization founded in 2017 consisting of professionals and volunteers whom serve missing and exploited children in the United States.
NAMEC is the first and largest National Missing & Exploited Children’s association in the world. The association works to advance the needs of missing and exploited children through educational programs and legislative advocacy efforts before governmental agencies: Federal, State, and Local Legislatures.
NAMEC works in support of the children who are runaway/missing and exploited.
Networking individuals and organizations who assist parents and law enforcement in locating missing children;
Networking individuals and organizations facilitating accessing rehabilitation and legal representation for victims of child exploitation;
Networking individuals and organizations articulating and advocating the needs of child victims before legislative, administrative, and judicial local, state, and federal branches of government; and
Acting as a hub for as-needed resources by nationally engaging professionals and volunteers in meaningful and concrete service to victims and families.