No Wrong Door & No Wrong Person
and the Right Resources at the Right Time for
Arizona’s Service Members, Veterans & Their Families
The Arizona Coalition for Military Families is a nationally-recognized public/private partnership focused on building Arizona’s statewide capacity to care for and support all service members, veterans and their families. We invite you to learn more about the Coalition and to contact us at anytime if we can be of assistance.
Events & Training
Through the partnership of our public and private sector key stakeholders, the Arizona Coalition for Military Families is pleased to provide training and technical assistance to military, government and community organizations, in support of their efforts to serve service members, veterans & their families.
April 18-19, 2018 – Save-the-Date!
9th Annual Statewide Symposium in Support of Service Members, Veterans & Their Families – Phoenix, AZ
36 breakout sessions • Exhibitor fair and networking • CEUs • Scholarships
“Thank you for the wonderful opportunity. Could not have been better.” -Symposium Attendee
Arizona Roadmap to Veteran Employment
The Arizona Roadmap to Veteran Employment connects service members, veterans and their family members to employment opportunities, training and resources.
Visit the Roadmap page for more information for:
Job Seekers • Employment Service Providers • Employers • Community
Military/Veteran Resource Navigators
Be a part of ensuring there is no wrong door and no wrong person for Arizona’s service members, veterans & their families. Military/Veteran Resource Navigator training is a half-day and equips participants with the knowledge, skills, tools and confidence to help.
Join the 3000+ Navigators throughout Arizona!
Attend a community training or contact us if your organization would like to host a training!
Arizona’s Be Connected program provides support to all those who serve and the people who support them.
Call – support is available to everyone 24/7 at 1-866-4AZ-VETS (1-866-429-8385)
Match – connect to resources through our online Resource Match Tool or our Resource Navigators
Learn – participate in training online and in-person statewide to equip yourself to help
“You may not know when or where, but you will use this training and you will end up helping someone.”
–Military/Veteran Resource Navigator
“Thank you very much for the outstanding training!”
“The quality of the presentation is unmatched by any such forum I have previously attended.”
–Roadmap Summit Attendee
“Thank you for all your hard work and dedication in planning this event. I knew it would be great but never thought it would be this wonderful.”
The 2017 Statewide Symposium in Support of Service Members, Veterans & Their Families has come and gone. This was our biggest event (by far) with over 600 attendees. We had over 100 presenters and panelists during the 36 breakout sessions across 9 tracks. Attendees ranked the event as 4.75/5.0! View… Read more
The Arizona Coalition for Military Families is a finalist for the Social Venture Partners Arizona Fast Pitch competition! ACMF is one of seven organizations that will compete for awards at the event on March 28, 2017, in Scottsdale. ACMF Project Director and Co-Founder Nicola Winkel will represent our public/private partnership.… Read more
Arizona is the state spotlight in the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Service Members, Veterans, and Their Families Technical Assistance Center newsletter for our 2000 Resource Navigators trained and the upcoming Symposium! https://t.e2ma.net/message/un0tt/efjajl Read more
Registration is now open for the 8th Annual Statewide Symposium in Support of Service Members, Veterans & Their Families! Make plans to join us for two days of professional development, learning and networking. Get all the details and register on our Symposium page! Read more
On December 2, 2016, ACMF partnered with the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, the University of Arizona and other key stakeholders to conduct the 3rd Annual Southern Arizona Military/Veteran Community Summit in Tucson. This year’s event featured new interactive activities, including a community navigation process and a discussion forum. Here… Read more
ACMF was honored to be a part of the panel at the American Indian Town Hall to focus on veterans and their families. Thank you to all who participated and to the Governor’s Office on Tribal Relations. Read more