Founded in 1985, the Missing Children’s Network is a non-profit organization whose mission is to assist parents in the search for their missing child, and to educate the public in order to decrease the occurrence of children disappearing.

Our objectives are
  • To support and counsel families whose child has either been abducted by a stranger or family member or whose youth has run away from home;
  • To collaborate with law enforcement and government agencies in order to locate and recover missing children and return them safe and sound to their families;
  • To aid in preventing the abduction, aggression and exploitation of children and youth;

To sensitize and educate the public about children’s personal safety and the prevention of their disappearances.


The Missing Children’s Network works proactively with families, law enforcement, social-service agencies and other community organizations to assist families in crisis. Our Case Managers provide a support network for child victims and their families and offer assistance with reunification, counselling, referrals, support and crisis intervention services.

The Missing Children’s Network is a recognized partner of the National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains (NCMPUR) of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, in addition to being an active member of AMECO (Association of Missing and Exploited Children’s Organizations), an international association of reputable non-profit organizations that serve missing and exploited children, their families and law enforcement.

The organization also works closely with Missingkids.ca in providing case management support to francophone families outside of Quebec.

In commemoration of National Missing Children’s Day, we hosted this morning a Breakfast of Hope at the Hilton Garden Inn Hotel. Our partners and families came together to keep hope alive and to honor missing children. We will never stop searching! ... See MoreSee Less

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We Never Stop Searching!

Francis Albert-Cloutier was 17 year-old when he disappeared back on April 15, 2006, and 18 year-old Tommy Clément-Pépin was last seen leaving his home on March 27, 2006.

Both Francis and Tommy are two young men who vanished without a trace in 2006.

Their families’ resolve to find their missing child is as strong today as the day they went missing and remain hopeful that answers will come soon. They will never stop searching and neither will we!

Hope is definitely in the air! Thank you for sharing Francis’s and Tommy’s photos. One click is all it takes to help bring them home!
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The Missing Children's Network is pleased to inform you that 16-year-old Mélodie Morin, has been found. Thank you to all of those who shared her picture. ... See MoreSee Less

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Suite aux événements survenus dimanche dernier à l'événement Métro Métro, nous avons accepté la démission de Ludivine Reding à titre d’ambassadrice des programmes jeunesse du Réseau Enfants-Retour. Nous comprenons qu’il s’agisse d’une erreur de sa part et c'est avec soucis pour la réputation du Réseau qu'elle nous a avisé de sa décision.

Nous regrettons sincèrement que notre partenariat prenne fin si subitement et dans les circonstances actuelles. Nous tenons à remercier Ludivine pour son implication au sein du Réseau Enfants-Retour.

Le Réseau Enfants-Retour n’émettra aucun autre commentaire concernant ces événements.
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At the request of the SPAL, the Missing Children’s Network is seeking your collaboration in the search for 17 year-old Savana Duval, last seen back on May 15th in Longueuil. ... See MoreSee Less

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