STOP works locally - on all sides of the trafficking chain - with an international network of Rescue Centers
and Support Centers.
They are located in areas where victims are brought to serve as sex slaves. They offer immediate support for victims upon rescue and coordinate services on behalf of victims with Support Centers in their home countries.
They are located in countries where victims are recruited or kidnapped. Their purpose is twofold: to provide victims with medical and psychological assistance, and to offer access to vocational and English language training.
They will be offered to answer questions about human trafficking and to help those who have doubts about the validity of a job offer abroad.