Office of the Arizona Governor Doug Ducey
Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family

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 Doug Ducey's priorities related to substance abuse, human trafficking, sexual & domestic violence, child well-being, and juvenile justice. GOYFF also serves as the Governor’s faith-based office and administers the state’s AmeriCorps program. As part of our work, GOYFF staffs and convenes eight of the Governor’s councils and commissions.


1) The Arizona Substance Abuse Partnership 

2) The Arizona Human Trafficking Council 

3) The Arizona Juvenile Justice Commission 

4) The Commission to Prevent Violence Against Women 

5) The Arizona Parents Commission on Drug Education and Prevention 

6) The Governor's Youth Commission 

7) The Council on Child Safety and Family Empowerment 

8) The Governor's Commission on Service and Volunteerism