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Arkansas Life 360 HOMEs Program

Arkansas Department of Human Services
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis

The Arkansas Life 360 HOMEs Program will partner with eligible Medicaid hospitals to implement intensive care coordination for Medicaid clients most at risk of poor health outcomes.

Life360 HOMEs include:

  • Maternal Life360s will support women with high-risk pregnancies with home visiting services during pregnancy and for up to 2 years after birth
  • Rural Life360s will provide care coordination services to individuals with mental illness or substance use disorder (SUD) who live in rural areas of the state
  • Success Life360s will help with life skills and other health-related social needs for young adults at risk who were in foster care, incarcerated or involved with the juvenile justice system, or are veterans

To be eligible to serve as a Life360 provider, hospitals must be a current Arkansas Medicaid hospital provider and meet the following requirement for the Life360 it is interested in becoming:

  • Maternal Life360 must be a birthing hospital that is a licensed general hospital either in the state of Arkansas or a border state and that provides obstetrical services.
  • Rural Life360 must be a small rural hospital that is a licensed general or critical access hospital (CAH), has 50 or fewer beds, and is located in a rural area. A rural area is defined as a county that has either a CAH or SHIP hospital or has less than 50,000 people.
  • Success Life360 must be an acute care hospital licensed by the Department of Health.
Geographic coverage
Amount of funding

Life360s are eligible for startup funds staff, equipment, and supports outlined in the approved program budget.

Rate sheet

Application process

Submit a Letter of Intent to with the required information outlined on the program website. If approved to move forward with an application, the hospital must submit a completed application within 90 calendar days.

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Care coordination · Children and youth · Criminal justice system · Critical Access Hospitals · Families · Hospitals · Maternal health and prenatal care · Mental health · Mental health conditions · Self-sufficiency · Substance use and misuse · Women · Arkansas

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