Victims Services

Victims Access Line 1800 633 063, Aboriginal Contact Line 1800 019 123 (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm)

Families and Friends of Missing Persons Service

Families and Friends of Missing Persons Service (FFMPS) is the only service in Australia that provides free counselling, information and support from trained professionals to people in NSW.

For families and friends of missing people, we offer:

  • free and confidential counselling
  • family events and support group meetings
  • information and resources on issues specific to missing people
  • liaison with service providers.
Service providers can contact us with any questions about:
  • our service and presentations on FFMPS
  • referring a family or friend of a missing person to us for support
  • resources, best practice approaches and issues specific to missing people.

How do I report someone missing?

Although we work with search agencies, we do not search for missing people.

If you have concerns for the safety or welfare of a person who is missing, you can make a report at your local Police station.

For more information, visit NSW Police.

Further information

Our service provides support, information, and referrals 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).

You can contact us by:

Phone

1800 633 063 (option 7)

Email

ffmps@justice.nsw.gov.au

Resources

Last updated:

19 Aug 2021

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