As I said a few days ago, there are hundreds of people that’s missing everyday. I was stunned by that information when Steve went missing. Slowly, I’m learning all this stuff about W.O.M. (The World Of the Missing) in finding resources on how to bring Steve back home to us safely.
I stumbled through Project Jason online when I came across stories of families whose loved one is missing. I just submitted Steve’s case to them. Their mission as a non profit organization: “is to create and increase public awareness of missing people through a variety of outreach and educational activities. Project Jason seeks to bring hope and assistance to families of the missing by providing resources and support.“
When I was browsing through their free services, my curiosity was piqued by the information about their program called Come Home: It is a “unique national missing person’s locator program. Come Home posters are placed at homeless shelters, soup kitchens, and other locations where homeless persons gather. Project Jason has a growing database of these shelters and related organizations. Twice per month, a new poster is produced and this information relayed via email to Come Home participants nationwide.”
These information that I’m getting from Project Jason’s website is giving me hope that someday soon, we’ll be able to bring Steve home safely to us. The reason why I’m continuing my search efforts to look at homeless shelters and soup kitchens is that there’s a chance that he’s somewhere out there going to those places. I want to bring Steve safely back home because we love him & we miss him so much. Our little one needs him. But he also needs urgent medical attention because depression is a serious illness.
If I haven’t said this yet to those who had been helping us in whatever that you can, thank you for all your support.