Friends and family members of missing woman Cassandra Wilson are expected to gather today at the Crossroads Inn parking lot.
They've organized a "calling out" ceremony that's meant to call Wilson home if she can hear them or honour her if she can't.
Known as an exuberant 41-year-old with a desire to kick her drug addiction, Wilson went missing April 6 after leaving her room at the Henry Leland House. She was two months shy of completing a two-year treatment program at the residential support recovery facility.
Wilson's disappearance puts her on a long list of women missing from B.C., many of them sex-trade workers like her.
Henry Leland program co-ordinator Kristi Schwanicke said the gathering is meant to show that Wilson is more than a name on a list.
"She's one of our family," she said.
Friends and family are scheduled to gather at the Crossroads Inn parking lot on Sixth Avenue and Seymour Street today at 1 p.m.
Anyone with information about Wilson's disappearance is asked to call the Kamloops RCMP detachment at 250-828-3000.