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



Arizona Organizations Making an Impact
Phoenix Dream Center Logo

The Phoenix Dream Center, a volunteer driven nonprofit organization, which exists to serve the homeless, low-income, at risk youth and struggling individuals and families by providing resources, opportunities and supportive services to help them realize their dream of living a self-sufficient life.


StreetLightUSA is a national leader specializing in the care and healing of victims of child sex trafficking and sexual trauma. StreetLightUSA serves girls ages 11-17. Its mission is to Transition Adolescent Girls from Trauma to Triumph.


Project Always Logo

Project ALWAYS provides no-cost legal services to support young people’s escape and recovery from homelessness, human trafficking, and abuse.  Project ALWAYS services range from training seminars to individual legal advice to full representation addressing a variety of barriers to success including family safety and stability, immigration status, and employability.


Additional Blue Campaign Outreach Materials

Blue Campaign Logo

The Arizona Human Trafficking Council has adopted the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Blue Campaign as part of its statewide awareness efforts to inform Arizonans on the fight against human trafficking. Working in collaboration with law enforcement, government, non-governmental and private organizations, the Blue Campaign strives to protect the basic right of freedom and to bring to justice those who exploit human lives.


Arizona Human Trafficking Council Speakers Bureau

The Speakers Bureau provides public education and outreach throughout Arizona on sex trafficking.

Arizona Child Sex Trafficking Model Protocol

The model protocol serves as a roadmap of best practices for providing a trauma-informed, coordinated response to minor victims of sex trafficking.  


It’s time to open our eyes. Victims of domestic servitude, forced labor, and the sex trade have been invisible, until...

It’s time to open our eyes. Victims of forced labor, domestic servitude, and the sex trade have been invisible, until now.

It’s time to open our eyes. Victims of the sex trade, domestic servitude, and forced labor have been invisible, until now.