In 1984 local Rochester businesses, child welfare agencies and community leaders responded to the abduction of Adam Walsh by forming the Adam Walsh Child Resource Center. This center merged with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® in 1992 and became NCMEC's New York regional office. The New York office is located in Rochester, N.Y and has satellite offices in Buffalo, Saratoga Springs and Utica. In addition to the activities noted below the New York office provides technical assistance to families, law enforcement, attorneys, and other professionals concerning missing and exploited children cases.
The Ride for Missing Children
The Ride for Missing Children is a fundraising bicycle tour honoring our nation's missing children. The ride creates awareness of
child victimization and raises money to support NCMEC's ongoing work. To learn more visit www.rideformissingchildren.org.
Halloween Masquerade Ball
This annual Halloween themed dinner auction is the signature fundraiser for the capital region satellite office in Saratoga Springs. This charity event features performances by local high school students, silent and live auction items, dinner and dancing. Funds raised support programs helping to find missing children, prevent child abduction and protect children against sexual exploitation. For more information call 518-587-7771.
The funds raised by NCMEC's New York office are used to provide local case assistance and spearhead prevention education services in the state of New York.
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
New York Regional Office
275 Lake Avenue
Rochester, NY 14608-1042
610 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14202-1900
359 Ballston Avenue
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866-4723
NCMEC/New York/Mohawk Valley
934 York Street
Utica, NY 13502-3930