Unexpected Assistance...

Carole Moore
Missing Persons Contributor

“We will attempt to forward a letter to a missing person under circumstances involving a matter of great importance, such as a death or serious illness in the missing person's immediate family, or a sizeable amount of money that is due the missing person. Also, the circumstances must concern a matter about which the missing person is unaware and would undoubtedly want to be informed. (Generally, when a son, daughter, brother, or sister wishes to establish contact, we write to the missing person, rather than forward a letter from the relative.) Because this service is not related in any way to a Social Security program, its use must be limited so that it does not interfere with our regular program activities.†http://www.ssa.gov/foia/html/ltrfwding.htm http://www.theyaremissed.org/ncma/gallery/ncmaprofile_all.php?C200502290W