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Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family
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Wellness & Recovery

The Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family (GOYFF) distributes state and federal funds. Public and private sector organizations that address one or more of the issues identified by GOYFF can apply for these funds. Grants are then awarded through a formal application process called a Request for Grant Application.

Grant Solicitation Notices

The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family (GOYFF) uses the Arizona State Procurement Office’s ProcureAZ eProcurement system when issuing “Letters of Intent to Issue a Solicitation” for Request for Grant Applications (RFGAs).  If interested in receiving an e-mail notification from the ProcureAZ system, it is the sole responsibility of a potential applicant to register in the ProcureAZ system.  Applicants should choose the Human Services Commodity Code 952 and select at least two subcategories of service that are the most representative of your organization’s activities.  The ProcureAZ notices about GOYFF’s RFGAs are sent to all the categories under 952.

To access ProcureAZ for information and help regarding registration, please visit The GOYFF does not maintain or service the ProcureAZ system.

Applicants may also check this website periodically to view any posted solicitations for funding opportunities.

Open Grants (Accepting New Applications)

Partnership for Success

In an effort to bring the Arizona Partnerships for Success to more communities across the state, the Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family (GOYFF) has partnered with the Hopi Tribe, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, the University of Arizona, the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission, and Yavapai College to provide trauma informed and culturally competent substance abuse prevention programming to the communities that need it most. Specifically, the program seeks to decrease marijuana use and underage drinking among youth ages 9 to 20 through the implementation of the five-step Strategic Prevention Framework. The program is also designed to increase the capacity of certified substance abuse prevention workers through the provision of prevention education and certification opportunities. These services promote statewide collaboration between communities, government agencies, and other system stakeholders.

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Application Close Date: September 12, 2019

State Opioid Response Grant

The overarching goal of the Arizona State Opioid Response project is to increase access to Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) treatment, coordinated and integrated care, recovery support services and prevention activities to reduce the prevalence of OUD and opioid-related overdose deaths. The project approach includes developing and supporting state, regional, and local level collaborations and service enhancements to develop and implement best practices to comprehensively address the full continuum of care related to opioid misuse, abuse and dependency. The GOYFF oversees many of the prevention activities as they relate to this grant, including the purchase and distribution of Rx drug drop boxes, Rx Toolkit trainings, the further development and marketing of the GOYFF’s Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Locator, and Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) trainings across the state.

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Application close date: September 18, 2019

Programs with Purpose

The grant is designed to foster coordination and collaboration with coalitions, providers and substance abuse prevention services.  Services...