The Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family (GOYFF) is a cabinet-level agency that administers state and federal grant programs, and engages stakeholders across all sectors throughout the state to improve services and service delivery to our citizens. Through a trauma-informed lens, GOYFF develops programs, coalitions, strategies, and initiatives to support Governor Katie Hobbs' priorities related to substance abuse prevention, human trafficking, sexual & domestic violence, juvenile justice, aging, and child well-being. GOYFF also serves as the Governor’s faith-based office and administers the state’s AmeriCorps program. As part of this work, GOYFF staffs and convenes nine of the Governor’s councils and commissions.
Strengthen the health and safety of Arizona's communities through collaboration and capacity building across the state.
Develop and implement programs, strategies, and initiatives to strengthen the continuum of services through partnerships with community, faith, private, public, and tribal partners.