Kiana I hope my explanation helps.
We use "used to" to talk about things, habits or repeated actions in the past, which we don't do in the present.
I used to visit my grandmother every Sunday when I was a kid. ( I did on that time but now I don't)
I used to play baseball with my cousins on the street. (on that time I did this but now I don't)
I used to go to the church with my mom when we lived in the town.
(maybe when I was a teenager I lived in the town now I live in the city)
be used to
we use "be used to" when we talk about things that are usual, normal, regular, habits, or things that we are accustomed to.
I am used to taking a bus to go to the school.
I am used to running in the evening after my job.
I am used to sleeping a nap after lunch.
I am used to driving a car.
used to be
I don't know which grammatical pattern is this.
it could be "use be" or "get used to" or maybe is a mistake and something is missing.
or we need a native who wants to explain.