Supporting Those Impacted by the Las Vegas Tragedy

To report a missing person or obtain information contact the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department at 1-866-535-5654

Family Reunification Centers 

A Family Reunification Center has been set up at the Metro Headquarters in Las Vegas for anyone who believes they have a friend or family member impacted by the shooting. The Reunification Center is located at 400 S. MLK Boulevard, Building B Las Vegas, NJ 89106

Facebook has activated its 'Safety Check' feature to let family and friends know they are safe. 

Las Vegas Division of the FBI 

The Las Vegas Division of the FBI is also asking anyone with videos or photos from the shooting to call 1-800-255-5324


You can donate money to the National Compassion fund, which will donate 100% of all funds raised directly to victims of this event. 

If you are in the Las Vegas area and would like to donate blood, click here for more information on how to do so.

Additional Support 

Following tragedies, even those who have not been directly affected may experience a range of emotions.  Individuals are cautioned to be mindful of media coverage you and your family are exposed to. Click here for helpful tips for parents from The National Child Traumatic Stress Network when dealing with events like this.  

On Thursday, October 5 the staff at VOICES of September 11th will facilitate teleconference support groups at 10am and 1pm. To participate, please contact Bonnie Rumilly at and indicate your preferred time. 

Additionally, if you need any further assistance or have any additional questions, you can contact VOICES of September 11th at 203-966-3911. 

Page last modified/reviewed on January 26, 2018

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