Victims Services

We're here to help. Call the Victims Access Line 1800 633 063 or Aboriginal Contact Line 1800 019 123 (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm)

FFMPS - Is one of your mob missing?

Families and Friends of Missing Persons Service (FFMPS) provides free counselling, information and support to people in NSW. 

Who are we?

The Families and Friends of Missing Persons Service (FFMPS) offers support to families and friends of missing people who live in NSW, or who have a relative or friend missing in NSW.

For families and friends of missing people, we offer:

  • free and confidential counselling
  • information and resources on issues specific to missing people 
  • liaison with service providers.

Service providers can contact us with any questions about: 

  • FFMPS services and resources 
  • approaches to supporting families and friends of missing people.

We do not search for missing people. If you are worried about the safety of a missing person, please contact your nearest police station.

We can help if you need information or a safe place to yarn about your experience. We can give you support through the stages of a missing persons investigation.

Important to know

1. It is not a crime to go missing.

2. You can report a missing person to police straight away.

3. You do not have to wait 24 hours.

4. FFMPS can support and guide you.

Who should I contact to find out more?

Victims Access Line: 1800 633 063

Aboriginal Contact Line: 1800 019 123


Last updated:

15 Apr 2024

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