Is ARKids the same as Medicaid?

Is ARKids the same as Medicaid?

ARKids A is coverage is Medicaid. ARKids B is for children without employer-sponsored or group health insurance and have not had insurance for at least 90 days. If you lost insurance coverage involuntarily then your children may be immediately eligible.

What is Arhome Medicaid?

On January 1, 2022, Arkansas Works was replaced by the Arkansas Health and Opportunity for Me program, or ARHOME. ARHOME will continue to offer health care coverage for eligible Arkansans. Just like with Arkansas Works, ARHOME uses Medicaid dollars to buy health care coverage for you from qualified health plans.

What is the monthly income limit for food stamps in Arkansas?

SNAP Max Income for Food Stamps Oct. 1, 2019, through Sept. 30, 2020

Household Size Gross Monthly Income Limits (130% of poverty) Net Monthly Income Limits (100% of poverty)
1 $1,354 $1,041
2 $1,832 $1,410
3 $2,311 $1,778
4 $2,790 $2,146

Does Arkansas Medicaid cover out of state?

Can I use my Medicaid coverage in any state? A: No. Because each state has its own Medicaid eligibility requirements, you can’t just transfer coverage from one state to another, nor can you use your coverage when you’re temporarily visiting another state, unless you need emergency health care.

How do I contact Arkansas Medicaid?

Questions regarding Medicaid coverage, renewals and benefits can be directed to 855-372-1084. Those with ARKids First questions should call 888-474-8275. Medicaid claims inquiries should be directed to 800-482-5431. All three lines will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Does AR Work Medicaid?

Arkansas Health and Opportunity for Me (ARHOME) has replaced Arkansas Works; premiums only allowed through 2022. The Arkansas Works waiver was valid through the end of 2021. As of 2022, the state switched to the Arkansas Health and Opportunity for Me (ARHOME) waiver demonstration.

Can seniors get Medicaid?

The Medicaid program provides comprehensive medical coverage to seniors (age 65+) and people with permanent disabilities. People receiving SSI benefits automatically receive Medicaid.