Become a Pillar of Support in Your Community
By taking the Be Connected Community Corps Helper Training, you can strengthen your ability to give back to all who are serving and have served our country. As a trained Be Connected Community Corps Helper, you will be a guidepost for service members, veterans, and their families in your neighborhood, helping to make them feel connected and cared for. As a Community Helper, you will be equipped with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to make a difference in the lives of Arizona’s military and veteran community.
You'll Learn About Basic Needs Benefits Employment Family & Social Supports Finances Higher Education Housing Homelessness Legal Matters Mental Health Physical Health Spirituality Substance Use
Training Series Overview
The Be Connected Community Corps Community Helper Training series is a self-paced virtual training course offered online to anyone at no cost. The training series consists of 10 modules that relate to the Social Determinants of Health. Each module includes a video full of helpful information as well as a handout with key points and space to take your own notes. There will be an opportunity to ask questions and engage with our moderator and other course participants in the online community. At the conclusion of the training series, you will earn the Be Connected Community Corps Certificate and be connected to a wide variety of opportunities to serve Arizona’s service members, veterans, and their families. Learn more about the Be Connected Community Corps at www.ConnectVeterans.org/BCCC.
Family & Social Supports
Finances & benefits
Housing & Homelessness
- Click to Enroll – Fill out a brief form to get started today
- Receive Instructions – We’ll email you a step-by-step guide to getting started
- Begin Modules – Get started by launching the first module
- Train at Your Pace – Work at your own pace
- Earn Certificate – After completing the final module, you’ll earn a Certificate of Completion
Special thanks to the Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family and the Arizona Parents Commission on Drug Education and Prevention for support of this community education training series.