The Prevention Project™ curriculum was developed in 2012 by Richmond Justice Initiative (RJI) thanks to a grant from AT&T.  The Prevention Project program is now a project of Freekind, a non-profit organization that address both ends of the spectrum: working with those who have experienced exploitation, supporting them in their journey to freedom, and also equipping the next generation to prevent trafficking in their lives and the lives of others.

The Prevention Project curriculum is an award-winning program that was developed and produced by a committed group of human trafficking survivors, educators, law enforcement, and advocates from leading anti-trafficking organizations who have a passion to act against the perils of human trafficking, and who believe that if change is going to happen, it must begin with the young generation. We offer this curriculum with editions for high school, middle school, and youth service providers.

Since 2012, the Prevention Project curriculum has reached over 42,000 students in schools and organizations across the United States!

Click here to find out more about the Prevention Project program and how to get these important prevention education resources in your community.

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