How can you be connected?

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Welcome to the Be Connected website!

We’re glad you’re here. If you’re a service member, veteran or family member looking for support, information or resources, please click the Call or Match links below. Help is available 24/7 at 1-866-4AZ-VETS or at the National Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255, option 1

If you’re looking for ways to help or need support as a helper or provider, please click the Call, Match or Learn links below. 

We invite you to contact our team at any time with questions or feedback. Thank you for being a part of helping Arizona to be connected. 

Thank you to everyone who supported the Be Connected Thunderclap to get the word out!

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Help and support is available to everyone 24/7


Call 1-866-4AZ-VETS to contact the Be Connected program coordinator during business hours. Crisis support is available 24/7 at this number. Please don’t hesitate to call if you need information, help or support.

Available to all service members, veterans, family members, helpers and providers.

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Personalized Resource Matching & Navigation


Service members, veterans & family members, helpers and providers can use the Resource Match Tool on the Military/Veteran Resource Network to find content specific to your situation and needs.

There are also 2,500+ Mil/Vet Resource Navigators statewide ready to help.

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Training and skills to equip yourself to help


A key part of the Be Connected program is that each of us can have a role in connecting service members, veterans & their families to support and resources. Equip yourself with the knowledge and skills to help.

Everyone is invited to participate in training in person and online.

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About Be Connected

The Be Connected program is an Arizona-grown collaboration of public and private sector partners, in support of all service members, veterans & their families statewide. Learn more about this program in the overview and Frequently Asked Questions and learn about the leadership, program and site partners.