Center for Missing and Abducted Children's Organizations
The Center for Missing and Abducted Children’s Organizations (CMACO) is a membership organization dedicated to providing support to non-profits who serve families and communities of missing, abducted and exploited children. The goal of CMACO is to provide a platform for communication and collaboration between these organizations.
Apply for a travel scholarship to national training conferences and let CMACO pay for your professional […]
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When you apply for membership, you will get your choice of one of 5 resources books […]
We have a brief orientation video for those of you who have not participated in a […]
Please take our New and Potential Members Needs Assessment and Survey and help us determine our […]
We have several webinars coming in the next few months. Beginning October 22, presenter Tracy Webb […]
Through resources, training and web-based meeting opportunities, CMACO will create a community of practice where best practices in the field are presented and non-profits find answers to questions from others who are doing the same work.
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CMACO is a project of
CMACO is a project of The Center for Innovation and Resources Inc.
and is funded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
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