- Maternal Life360s will support women with high-risk pregnancies with home visiting services during pregnancy and for up to two (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 due to prior incarceration or involvement with the foster care system, or involvement with the juvenile justice system; and young adult veterans who are at risk due to low-income
A woman is eligible for Maternal Life360 home-visiting services if she:
- Is enrolled in ARHOME or Arkansas Medicaid and has a diagnosis of high-risk pregnancy (the Life360 may assist women in getting assessed for that diagnosis);
- Is not currently getting state- or federally funded home-visiting services through a provider whose services cover pregnancy or the first two years of a baby’s life; and
- Lives in the service area of the Life360.
All adults living in the Rural Life360 service area are eligible for social determinants of health screening and referrals related to any issues identified during the screening. To be eligible to receive intensive care coordination, the individual also must:
- Be enrolled in the Medicaid program known as ARHOME through a qualified health plan (QHP) or Medicaid fee-for-service (FFS);
- Have a mental health and/or substance use disorder diagnosis;
- Have at least one need identified through a social determinants of health screen; and
- Not be enrolled in the Provider-led Arkansas Shared Services Entity (PASSE) program.
An individual is eligible for Success Life360 intensive care coordination and supports if the person:
- Is enrolled in ARHOME through a QHP or Medicaid FFS;
- Is at risk of poor health due to poverty, or under one hundred thirty eight percent (138%) Federal poverty level
- Is not enrolled in the Provider-led Arkansas Shared Services Entity (PASSE) program; and
- Meets the criteria for at least one of the following categories:
- Is between nineteen (19) and twenty-four (24) years of age and has been previously placed under the supervision of the DHS Division of Youth Services as verified by DHS.
- Is between nineteen (19) and twenty-four (24) years of age and has been previously placed under the supervision of the Arkansas Department of Corrections, as verified by the Arkansas Department of Corrections.
- Is between nineteen (19) and twenty-seven (27) years of age and has been previously placed under the supervision of the DHS Division of Children and Family Services; as verified by DHS.
- Is between nineteen (19) and thirty (30) years of age and is a veteran verified by DD214 Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty.
How to become a client
This is a new program, and there are currently no Life360s. However, DHS is accepting applications from hospitals that want to become Life360 HOMES. Once DHS approves a new Life360, DHS will post the location and contact information for each Life360 in the state.