Our Mission Statement

ArkSTART facilitates collaboration among individuals, families, and providers to prevent crisis situations and improve quality of life for people with developmental disabilities & behavioral health needs.

Make a Referral for Services

Do you know someone with both intellectual/developmental disabilities & behavioral health needs that is at risk of entering a crisis situation, such as incarceration or hospitalization?

ArkSTART General Information Line: (888) 570-2146

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5th Annual Arkansas Conference on Co-Occurring Mental Illness and Developmental Disabilities

Wednesday, September 19, 2018 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (CDT)

Heifer International | 1 World Avenue | Little Rock, AR 72202

Download PDF Registration

If you are unable to register online using the link above, please download the PDF version and follow the instructions on the form.

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Keeping Families Together

A film about ArkSTART Dan Habib’s short documentary film “Keeping Families Together” tells the stories of two families whose lives have been transformed with help from ArkSTART and its partner organizations.

Please click the image link to enjoy the video on Youtube…or click the button below.

The START Model

Learn more about the START model of treatment, including clinical theory.

Communications Toolkit

Logos, pictures, brochures and anything else you might need to help communicate about ArkSTART.

Partners for Inclusive Communities

ArkSTART is a division of Partners for Inclusive Communities (Partners) as of Summer of 2016. Partners is Arkansas’ University Center on Disabilities.

Trainings and Events

A key component of the START model is whole system involvement.

Regions

Contact information for regional team leaders and details about ArkSTART’s service regions