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Pile of Dead Kids:
Well where the fuck is she now? Has anyone on this board managed to find the "parents" (and I use the term loosely) yet?

From facebook:

 Chanel is well, and her family are now working with her to figure out how she wants to lead her life.

Big thank you again to everyone that supported this cause.

I have a suspicion this case is a clasic scenario: Parents divorce, daughter does not love stepmom. Off to a program you go, my dear.......

Thanks Maruska,  my heart goes out to her parents too.  My daughter ran away also, but by the time they called me she was found and back at school.  Its difficult when you are so far away and get news like that and cant help.  I am sure that since she was so close to graduation that the school will include her in the final ceremonies whether she attends them or not.

Overall Runaway Statistics:
One in seven kids between the ages of 10 and 18 will run away at some point. And there are 1 million to 3 million runaway and homeless kids living on the streets in the United States.

In 1999, an estimated 1,682,900 youth had a runaway/thrownaway episode. Of these youth, 37 percent were missing from their caretakers (628,900) and 21 percent (357,600) were reported to authorities for purposes of locating them. Youth ages 15-17 made up two-thirds of the youth with runaway/thrownaway episodes during the study year.


1 million ?!?
That is a horrible number...

well interesting thats just north of me im in Springfield MO and i SAW i girl that matches that not long ago with a sign saying she was homeless i thought it was odd at the time becouse she looked so young but didnt thing any thing of it becouse we have 3 collages in this town O.o FUCK wished i had seen this thread sooner


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