Founded in 2011, the Missing in Michigan saw a need to connect the many families of missing persons in Michigan to the law enforcement agencies that were handeling their cases. Thus, on May 7, 2011, the first "Missing Persons Day" event was held at Ford Field in Detroit. The day became an annual event and now has been shared across the country as an example of partnering families and law enforcement to bring answers and to seek out justice for the missing.

Mission Statement

The Missing in Michigan Association provides support to law enforcement and to the families of missing persons, by collaborating efforts to help bring them home.

Vision Statement

Michigan's Missing Person's Day To be an organization recognized by law enforcement and the general public as Michigan's leading resource in the prevention, knowledge and search for missing persons; as well as a source for families’ crisis management when a loved one goes missing.

Value Statements

  • We value the Missing Persons, regardless of their life choices
  • We value the families that struggle with their disappearance
  • We value Unidentified Human Remains and the professionals that assist with the search for their identity
  • We value involving law enforcement, the media, the family and the communities of missing persons to bring closure to their cases

Missing Persons' Day

Michigan's Missing Person's Day Missing Persons' Day 2019 will be determined i the near future, so check back soon. In the meantime, please visit our 2019 Valentine's Day Fundraiser on Facebook!


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P.O. Box 941
Union Lake, MI 48387
(248) 444-1871

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The Missing in Michigan Association is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization in Michigan that assists the families of missing persons and the law enforcement agenices that help to bring them home.

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