The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family believes that every child has the potential to become a healthy, productive and educated member of society. Additionally, the office supports the Governor’s vision of strong, healthy and connected families and communities. The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family provides direct programming, grants and resources, as well as staff expertise to improve the lives of both youth and families. Experienced staff professionals work directly with funded partners and communities to leverage assets to improve the lives of all of Arizona’s youth and families, therefore creating a great state to raise a family.
The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family serves as a catalyst for community systems improvement. Our office, commissions and councils procure, advise, and monitor initiatives and grant programs. The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family convenes numerous councils, commissions and workgroups including: the Arizona Parents Commission on Drug Education and Prevention, the Arizona Substance Abuse Partnership, the Arizona Juvenile Justice Commission, the Commission to Prevent Violence Against Women, Arizona’s Human Trafficking Council, the Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism and the Governor’s Youth Commission. Each commission, council and workgroup has been seated with individuals selected to include diversity, expertise, professionals, geographic areas and interests. Together, all staff, groups, individuals, grants and funded partners work together collaboratively to improve the lives of youth and families in Arizona. It is with great pride that The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family work to execute Governor Ducey’s vision of opportunity for all.
Governor's Office of Youth, Faith & Family
Director, Debbie Moak