Getting 5000 Families Back Together Reuniting Fractured Families After a Disaster The Role of the National Center for Missing Exploited Children
Broughton, D., Allen, E., Hannemann, R., and Petrikin, J. (2006). Getting 5000 Families Back Together: Reuniting Fractured Families After a Disaster: The Role of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Pediatrics, 117(4): 442-445.
This article highlights the efforts made by NCMEC post-Katrina to reunify children and their families. Both Project ALERT and Team Adam were utilized along with the help of private organizations.
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