Prevention helps people stay out of slavery. Human trafficking prevention typically involves programs like education, community development, building public awareness, rights advocacy, and economic development.
Intervention helps those currently trapped in slavery. Human trafficking intervention includes activities such as conducting investigations, supporting law enforcement, developing and sharing technology to fight trafficking, and supporting rescue operations and arrests.
A restoration process is necessary once survivors are freed. Aftercare for survivors of human trafficking usually includes trauma-informed medical care and counseling, job skills, education, and legal advocacy aimed towards helping survivors re-integrate into their lives and communities.