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The Salvation Army Reunites a Father and Daughter

Tanya's journey began in 1968

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Dolly had been separated from her sister June for 14 years when she enlisted the help of The Salvation Army's Missing Persons department.

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  The Salvation Army Western Territory Missing Persons Department

Helping find the missing peace

The Greatest Need right now is

monatary donations to help support our program

Meet the Need

"Words can't express how grateful we are to be together again. We owe it to The Salvation Army. May God bless you all!"

The prime purpose of The Salvation Army's Missing Person Service is to reunite people in families who wish to find each other.
This offices handles inquiries in the Western US.

Missing Persons Mission Statement

In the name of Jesus Christ, the Missings Persons Department seeks to connect and restore Family relationships by tracing relatives with whom contact has been lost; and thereby to bring reunion, reconciliation and renewed hope to families.

Our Vision

The service exists for the purpose of trying to restore (or to sustain) family relationships, by locating relatives who for whatever reason have become out of touch. Loss of contact may have taken place within the last few months, or many years ago.

(800) 698-7728
Venecia Arzola: missing.persons@usw.salvationarmy.org