empowering individuals

Around the world through AI technology as a self service tool
to find and reconnect with their families.

FMP has created a simple yet effective way for individuals to safely locate and reunite with their families.

Step 1

Individuals input information of a individual and/or of their family members on our secure and confidential website.

Step 2

Upon submission, our website then searches all entries for a match.

Step 3

Once a potential link to his/her family is found, a notification is made, our platform gives an output — ultimately paving the way for the families to reunite.

We believe that no child should have to experience parental child abduction.

Children who grow up in single-parent homes or who are abducted by one of their parents struggle with a number of socio-economic and psychological issues. They are at-risk for emotional, physical, and sexual abuse. They are more likely to suffer from poverty, limiting their access to quality education and health services. Research shows that children and adults who’ve suffered from child parental abduction also experience psychological issues and generational trauma as they’re robbed of half of their identity — sometimes losing an entire culture, language, and the support of extended family.

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Children Affected Globally

Find My Parent is committed to raising awareness globally on the following issues: kidnapping, child abuse, parental child abduction, parental alienation and human trafficking.

While the database is in English, Spanish, Danish and Japanese currently, our team is working hard to expand our global reach by translating the website and database so it’s available in 20 of the most commonly spoken languages. We work hand-in-hand with our partners around the world advocating for effective policy changes to ensure that each and every missing child is reunited with their families as quickly as possible.

Our Knowledge Base

Created and curated to help you with every doubt, question and support you need with parental alienation and abduction.

Child Abduction

Parents Behaving Badly: Gender Biases in the Perception of Parental Alienating Behaviors

According to gender role theory, individuals who confirm expectations associated with their gender roles are rewarded and judged against these expectations when they deviate. Parental roles are strongly tied to gender, and there are very different expectations for behaviors of mothers and fathers. This study examined how mothers’ and fathers’ behaviors that support or discourage a positive relationship with the other parent are perceived in terms of their acceptability. Two-hundred twent-eight parents completed an online survey assessing perceptions of acceptability of negative (parental alienating) and positive coparenting behaviors. Results provided support for our hypothesis: Although parental alienating behaviors were rated unacceptable, they were more acceptable for mothers than fathers. Expectancy violation theory can explain why parental alienating behaviors are not viewed as negatively when mothers exhibit them than fathers. (PsycINFO Database Record

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You're Double Podcast

44: A conversation with Paul Toland, Victim of Parental Abduction and Cofounder of BACHOME (Part 2)

In this episode of you're double podcast, we are speaking to ex-navy seal captain Paul Toland whose daughter was previously abducted by her Japanese wife, …

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1: A conversation with Paul Toland, Victim of Parental Abduction and Cofounder of BACHOME (Part 1)

In this episode of you're double podcast, we are speaking to ex-navy seal captain Paul Toland whose daughter was previously abducted by her Japanese wife, …

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40: ‘Japan will never change unless the people of Japan change!’ – Tomas Savickas, Left Behind Parent (Part 2)

In this episode of You're Double podcast, we are speaking to Tomas Savickas, a Lithuanian father whose daughter was abducted by her Japanese mum. Tomas …

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39: ‘Japan will never change unless the people of Japan change!’ – Tomas Savickas, Left Behind Parent (Part 1)

In this episode of you're double podcast, we are speaking to Tomas Savickas, a Lithuanian father whose daughter was abducted by her Japanese mum. Tomas …

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Choosing Between Your Life and Your Children’s Life – Scott Putnam, Left Behind Parent (Part 2)

In this episode of You're Double podcast we are speaking to Scott Putnam. His kids were abducted from him by his wife almost 4 years …

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Choosing Between Your Life and Your Children’s Life – Scott Putnam, Left Behind Parent (Part 1)

In this episode of You're Double podcast we are speaking to Scott Putnam. His kids were abducted from him by his wife almost 4 years …

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Japan took my family away from me! – Louis Christian, Left Behind Parent from Japan (Part 2)

The Ushiku immigration center near Tokyo holds people seeking refuge in Japan. Using a hidden camera, award-winning filmmaker Thomas Ash interviewed inmates there from late …

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Japan took my family away from me! – Louis Christian, Left Behind Parent from Japan (Part 1)

The Ushiku immigration center near Tokyo holds people seeking refuge in Japan. Using a hidden camera, award-winning filmmaker Thomas Ash interviewed inmates there from late …

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33: A Conversation with Dan Hund, Left Behind Parent from Seattle, US (Part 3)

In this episode of You're double podcast, we are speaking to Dan Hund, a left behind parent from Seattle, US. So far we have released …

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A Conversation with Dan Hund, Left Behind Parent from Seattle, US (Part 2)

In this episode of You’re double podcast, we are speaking to Dan Hund, a left behind parent from Seattle, US. We released the part 1 …

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