Training Resources

CONNECT Self Guided Training CONNECT Utilizes a self guided training approach for new users. For a detailed guide on suggested steps for new user training please view this one-page guide:

CONNECT System Demo

Looking to gain a better understanding of the CONNECT interface is like? Feel free to visit our demo site: CONNECT Demo Site . Using the below new user-guide, feel free to walk through the system and see how it works. This account will allow you to use the system from a day-to-day user perspective (aka: non-administrative user).  Note that the demo system does not contain actual client information. Actions taken in the demo system (such as sending a referral) occur independent from the live CONNECT system. 

General access log-in information for non-administrative users: 

Demo Website: 


Password: ConnectMT20!

CONNECT User Guides

See the below file for the CONNECT New User guide. This guide will navigate users through the system, after they have been issued a personalized account.

Guide to the Experience and Expressions Screener – EES

CONNECT Training Video

See the training video below for a walk through of the CONNECT System, as a new user:

CONNECT New User Training Video

CONNECT Resources for System Administrators

For individuals that will function as State-approved system administrators, see the resources below. State-approved system administrators include Regional Coordinators, Prevention Specialists, State Department program managers, and others that will assist in CONNECT statewide expansion.

Contact the state CONNECT team at for a CONNECT administrator training, links to administrator training videos, resources, and organization on-boarding forms.

Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU)

Wish to know more about the MOU that is in place for all CONNECT users? Feel free to review it here:

Release of Information (ROI)

Curious what the CONNECT Release of Information (ROI) looks like? Feel free to view the file below. Note that each referral will contain agency and client information unique to each situation. The formatting will subsequently differ from the file below:

Additional Resources