Attorney General Moody Recognizes Human Trafficking Prevention Month
January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month, and Attorney General Ashley Moody is raising awareness to fight human trafficking. Attorney General Moody encourages all Floridians to take an active role to help combat this modern-day slavery.
Attorney General Ashley Moody’s Opioid Abuse Working Group was created to gather information and best practices from across the state to combat the opioid epidemic. The Group consists of 18 experts and community leaders.
Military and Veterans Assistance Program
MVAP provides information on military-related scams and assistance for service members and veterans who have been targeted.
Statewide Council on Human Trafficking
The Statewide Council on Human Trafficking was created to support human trafficking victims by enhancing available care options. The 15-member Council, chaired by Attorney General Moody, builds on existing state and local partnerships working to combat human trafficking