Counselling & Support Service for families and friends of missing persons (pdf 135kb)(Brochure)Describes FFMPU counselling and support services.
Families and Friends of Missing Persons Unit counselling service: What to expect (pdf 130kb)(2pp information sheet)An information sheet that outlines what clients can expect from the counselling service and addresses some questions clients may have about the service.
Is one of your mob missing? (pdf 183kb)(Brochure) Describes FFMPU counselling and support services. For Indigenous clients and service providers.
FFMPU Vision Statement (pdf 113kb)(1pp information sheet)An information sheet about the vision of FFMPU.
FFMPU consent for exchange of information form (pdf 79kb) A consent form for clients of FFMPU. If you require assistance from FFMPU in liaising with other agencies you will need to sign and return this form to
When Someone is Missing: A strategy to support those left behind (pdf 246kb)A
strategic framework developed by FFMPU which aims to develop a coordinated approach to support families and friends of missing persons. This strategy outlines the supports currently available to families and methods to improve these supports, including the creation and dissemination of the 'promoting connectedness' guidelines for health care professionals.
The FFMPU hosts annual forums for families and friends of missing persons as an opportunity for families to come together and to access information about practical and emotional support options. Summaries of the family forums outline the aims of the day, the speakers involved, and the responses of families who attended.- Forum Overview 2015 (pdf 314Kb) - Forum Overview 2014 (pdf 145kb)- Forum Overview 2013 (pdf 82kb)- Forum Overview 2012 (pdf 156kb)-
Forum Overview 2011 (pdf 126kb)-
Forum Overview 2010 (pdf 137kb)-
Forum Overview 2009 (pdf 140kb)
The FFMPU eNewsletter keeps agencies and families up to date with recent developments, issues or initiatives in the unit and missing persons sector.