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What is the
Ecosystem of Support?
The Ecosystem is people, organizations and communities and is here to support all service members, veterans, their families and helpers.
Be Connected focuses on all of the social determinants of health, by connecting service members, veterans & family members to support and resources.
We deliver services and support through our unified, statewide, interconnected partner network, enabling us to maximize our collective impact.
Helpers play a key role in engaging and connecting people and families to the resources and support they need, when they need it.
We’re here for all service members and veterans—regardless of branch, component, length/era of service and discharge status.
Our upstream approach means support is available across the stress levels, with a goal of earlier intervention.
Be Connected offers resources throughout the military life cycle, from the start of service to separation and beyond.
Every family member matters to Be Connected and our team is here for you with support and connection to resources.
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Recently, I had the privilege of attending a roundtable hosted by Arizona’s senior Senator, Kyrsten Sinema. I was honored to attend this roundtable event on behalf of the Arizona Coalition for Military Families (ACMF) to represent the 500+ partner organizations that are members of the ACMF. The roundtable brought together several Arizona VSOs and members of Senator Sinema’s Veterans Advisory Council.
June marks PTSD Awareness Month, a time when we work to raise awareness about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and support individuals affected by this condition. One of my personal goals is to ensure that anyone who is experiencing PTSD understands that seeking treatment is a sign of courage and strength.
In a world more interconnected than ever, the prevalence of loneliness has reached epidemic proportions, with more than half of Americans reporting feelings of isolation.
Thank you for everyone who attended the 13th Annual Statewide Symposium. If you were not able to join us this year, we have the general session videos and the presenters’ slides available at ACMFEventCenter.org.
The Arizona Coalition for Military Families (ACMF) has been honored with the Copper Eagle Award from the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame Society for exceptional service and leadership in support of Arizona veterans and their families.
As we approach Memorial Day, a day of profound significance and remembrance, let’s take this moment together to reflect on the immense sacrifice made by our brave service members and to honor the indelible legacy they have left behind.
We invite you to join us for the Be Connected Community Corps training series. This self-paced virtual training is offered at no cost to any Arizonan interested in becoming a source of support for service members, veterans, and their families. You can enroll and start this training series at any time! Learn more about the Be Connected Community Corps Community Helper training series at www.ConnectVeterans.org/BCCCHelper and sign up at https://bit.ly/BCCCHelper
Attend Pinal County’s 2023 11th Annual Veteran Stand Down & Resource Fair on October 14, 2023 from 9:00 am -2:00 pm at HOHP Veteran Transition Center, 5497 West McCartney Rd., Coolidge, AZ