Access Arkansas is a website for Arkansans to apply for DHS benefits.
211 is a free, confidential information and referral service that connects people to essential health and human services 24 hours a day, seven days a week online and over the phone.
Quickly and easily find the closest food pantry to you with this Agency Locator Map.
Assisted Living Research Institute has compiled a directory of over 20,000 assisted living facilities (ALFs) across the United States, and 95 of these are in Arkansas.
Find food assistance, help paying bills, and other free or reduced cost programs, including new programs for the COVID-19 pandemic. Search by location.
Blink negotiates with the pharmacy industry, so you can get the same medication at much lower prices. Just order online to save. Then choose pickup or delivery to get your medication.
Many individuals living with long-term physical disabilities experience chronic pain and discomfort, which can lead to feelings of isolation, overuse of medications and depression. The Chanda Center delivers services and positive health outcomes through an integrative healthcare model including acupuncture, massage, chiropractic care, adaptive yoga, physical therapy, counseling, behavioral health and care coordination.
Navigating the maze of long-term care programs and services is not easy. Program specialists will help you learn about your options and provide the information you need to make the best decisions. Visit website for more information on financial assistance.
The District’s purpose is to promote and support the economic development of the region. It does this by providing technical assistance to the cities, counties, businesses, and other development organizations in the area, and by networking extensively with state and federal resource agencies. Includes Clay, Craighead, Crittenden, Cross, Green, Lawrence, Lee, Mississippi, Phillips, Poinsett, Randolph, & St. Francis County.
Modifications and equipment are expensive, but there are options to help.
For 35 years, Help Hope Live has been showing clients and families how to bring together a network of relatives, friends, and neighbors in fundraising efforts to help cover the costs of uncovered medical expenses.
Home improvement grants and loans are available to low-income residents who own their home and require necessary repairs or modifications. This site simply explains the 504 Home Repair Program. After reading the description, if you think you might qualify, click the link to the USDA website.
Look for subsidized apartments, public housing, and housing choice vouchers.
Apply for services such as Medicaid, TEA, SNAP, help paying rent, childcare, internet services & nursing homes expenses.
The official U.S. government site for Medicare. This site gives you access to your Medicare plan, costs, coverage, claims, forms, and more.
Providing compassion and alternatives for care in overcoming the effects of traumatic brain injuries. This includes: Providing love and comfort to families who are suffering through the anguish of a life changing injury, enabling alternative treatments for the injured & providing education and support to those who suddenly find themselves in the role of caregiver.
Modest Needs assists “low-income workers who are struggling to shoulder the burden of a short-term emergency expense.” The main type of assistance they provide is called a Self-Sufficiency Grant. These funds are given as grants, not loans, meaning the money does not need to be repaid by recipients. Self-Sufficiency Grants are intended to help people who work and earn an income, but live just above the poverty level and are therefore unable to take advantage of any social assistance programs. These people may be just one paycheck away from financial disaster, and that’s where a grant can help.
PASSE is a program that serves Medicaid clients with complex behavioral health, developmental, or intellectual disabilities.
The Social Security and Supplemental Security Income disability programs are the largest of several Federal programs that provide assistance to people with disabilities. While these two programs are different in many ways, both are administered by the Social Security Administration and only individuals who have a disability and meet medical criteria may qualify for benefits under either program.
Visit this section to learn about financial resources available specifically for veterans.