A missing woman's family says they just want their daughter back safe and alive.

Taylor Pryor was reported missing Thursday evening. Her family says she has been struggling with anxiety and depression. Darseen Pryor is Taylor's mom. She says Taylor has been battling mental health issues for several months.

Darseen, says Taylor had been in the hospital this week after a suicide attempt. When Darseen arrived to pick Taylor up she refused to go with her mom. Darseen says staff at the hospital said that because Taylor is an adult she didn't have to go with her. She followed Taylor until Taylor jumped a fence into the old golf course on the grounds of the University of Manitoba.

"She just loves to be able to serve and help people. That's just her nature, her character."

Taylor was a student at Canadian Mennonite University and passionate about her faith, her family says. In October of last year, Taylor suffered a concussion and had to withdraw from school. Her mom says that it started a downward spiral combined with her depression and anxiety.

"We just love her lots and we just want her back safe and alive," Pryor said.

Taylor's faith and love for others has seen her involved with Valley View Bible Camp and Youth For Christ. She has also done some mission work in Guatemala and participated in Outtatown with CMU.

"She just loves to be able to serve and help people. That's just her nature, her character."

The Pryor family is asking for prayer that they will be able to focus on Taylor, in an effort to keep the search for her organized and running smoothly.

Since Taylor went missing, Pryor says they have been overwhelmed with the amount of people willing to help look for her.

"People have been so amazing, people we don't even know. We are just so appreciative," said Pryor.

Taylor is described as a caucasian female, 5' 6" tall with a medium build, long curly brown hair and hazel eyes. She was last seen wearing her prescription glasses, a black jacket, black sweat pants, socks and sandals.

Anyone with information to call the Missing Persons Unit at 204-986-6250.