A proactive prevention services approach requires the involvement of all leaders responsible for protecting people from all forms of violence and assisting those who have experienced it. A collaborative approach to the prevention of human trafficking enables leaders nationwide to stop victimization before it occurs or reoccurs.
The resources on this page include:
Information on the foundational principles of prevention
Key concepts for organizations and communities to consider when integrating prevention strategies, approaches, and services into anti-trafficking efforts
Frameworks for the development of national, state, tribal, and local collaborations to prevent human trafficking
Successes and challenges in providing human trafficking prevention education to children and youth