Resource Navigation Training

Join the ranks of thousands of Arizonans who have taken this training to help support the 500,000+ service members, veterans, and their family members who call Arizona home.

Your commitment to helping is an important aspect of ensuring our state welcomes and supports service members, veterans, and their family members into our community.

By taking this training, you will become a Resource Navigator equipped with the knowledge and skills to recognize needs and help people by connecting them to available resources.

You will learn:

  • Military/veteran culture
  • How barriers affect access to resources
  • Resource navigation strategies
  • How to link people resources to address a range of issues

Your participation in this Resource Navigation training is an important component of a statewide suicide and crisis prevention strategy by serving as a connection point in the community. Thank you for your dedication to supporting service members, veterans, and their families.

Training Details

Anyone interested in being more helpful to Arizona-based service members, veterans, and their family members should attend this training session.

In this training, you will learn how to access helpful resources available to Arizona service members, veterans and their families. You’ll After attending this session, you’ll be equipped with the skills to help service members, veterans and their families connect to resources. Topics covered in the training include:

  • Arizona’s Be Connected Program – Overview and goals
  • Military/Veteran Culture – Understanding the unique aspects of military life
  • Resource Connection Guide – How to use and implement
  • Key Access Factors – What affects a person’s or family’s access to resources
  • Navigation Strategies – Effective techniques for resource linking
  • Community Linking – Connecting to resources concerning: Employment, Family Issues, Finances, Higher Education, Housing and Homelessness, Legal Issues, Mental Health, Physical Health, and Spirituality

No. The training is provided at no cost to you. 

The training is available virtually.

Virtual sessions are typically held each month throughout the year. Each session begins at 9:00 AM Arizona time (MST). The training lasts 90 minutes. View 2024 dates and sign up.

Sign up for 2024 sessions through our online registration system.

Yes! We work with employers, businesses, non-profits, faith-based communities, neighborhood groups, government agencies, and many other types of organizations to bring this training to your location. Simply fill out this form and we will be in touch.


If you have questions or want to learn more, email or call 866-4AZ-VETS (866-429-8387). 

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Special thanks to the Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family for their partnership and support.

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