Office of the Arizona Governor Doug Ducey
Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family
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Wellness & Recovery
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On April 20th and 21st,  the Arizona Coalition for Military Families hosted the 2016 Statewide Symposium in Support of Service Members, Veterans & Their Families for 500 persons statewide. The goal of the symposium was to help attendees increase their knowledge, skills and abilities for serving and supporting the military, veteran and family population. To accomplish this goal, the symposium had several breakout sessions, such as a wounded warrior and family members panel; navigating the military to civilian workplace transition; women in the military; and about 20 other interesting sessions over a two-day period.

During the symposium, Debbie Moak, Director of the Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family (GOYFF), and Tonya Hamilton, Director of Substance Abuse Prevention of GOYFF, were presented with a plaque for their support of Arizona's service members, veterans and their families. The award was presented by Thomas Winkler, the Arizona Coalition for Military Families Director of Community Engagement, and Wanda Wright, Director of the Arizona Department of Veterans' Services.

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REAL IMPACT

In July 2012, the Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family (GOYFF) was awarded funding to implement the Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) grant. Beginning in October 2012, the SBIRT program was being implemented in the norther Arizona counties of Apache, Coconino, Mohave, Navajo, and Yavapai.

From October 2012 to January 2016, SBIRT Arizona performed 33,199 client intakes with 7,550 positive screen and 3,550 positive full screens. A total of 2,304 clients received brief intervention, 476 received brief treatment, and 693 received referral to treatment services.

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COMMISSION AND NATIONAL ORGANIZATION
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Arizona Substance Abuse Partnership

The Arizona Substance Abuse Partnership (ASAP) serves as the single statewide council on substance abuse prevention, enforcement, treatment, and... LEARN MORE

Arizona Parents Commission

Parents Commission

The Arizona Parents Commission on Drug Education and Prevention, also known as the Parents Commission, was created by voter initiative in 1996 and... LEARN MORE

TRAINING
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The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family offers ongoing trainings and technical assistance for current Sub-grantees, Coalitions, Non-Profits, Government Entities, Tribal Nations, Education Districts, Colleges and Universities and the public in general.  Trainings will consist of Evidence-Based Curriculums, Prescription Drug Use, The AZ Rx Drug Misuse and Abuse Initiative Toolkit, Communities in Context, Grant Programs, Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Issues.