~4 hours

Continued 1-hour activities

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Most of the ~1 hour activities can be extended for as long as you have time and energy

Search for Silver

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Silver Alerts are issued for missing endangered adults, high risk missing people and missing endangered children, often those with a mental or physical disability.  Drive around and keep an eye out.

Join a local search

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Check media, Facebook pages, and search organizations to join a local search, especially for endangered subjects, where every second counts.

Keep an eye out running & hiking

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It's a sad truth that, in many instances, skeletal remains have been found by hikers, hunters, runners, etc.  Look for things that don't belong - clothing, shiny objects, artificial mounds, etc.

Hand out flyers

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Volunteer to post flyers, deliver them door-to-door, attach them to poles, etc.

Check your cameras

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If you have surveillance cameras, including personal doorbell cameras, in an area  where someone went missing, check them - they might have picked something up.

Notice the homeless

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If volunteering or interacting with the homeless, check to see if you recognize any from local missing persons lists.

Add to missing person databases

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Check state / local missing person lists to see if everyone is on NAMUS and The Charley Project and vice versa.  If not, ask the listed coordinator/agency about adding them.