The Arkansas Department of Human Services (DHS) is launching a behavioral health help line under a contract with the Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care (AFMC). The contract, valued at $248,000 annually, is an add-on to the existing DHS contract with AFMC. DHS anticipates a call volume of 300 calls per month. The helpline operators will direct callers to a provider in their area that offers the services they need. The goal of the help line is to guide people seeking mental health or addiction treatment to services that help them navigate their obstacles. The line is open to . . .