ARCHS hosts the MOHealthNet (MHN) Community Partnership for Greater St. Louis - educating the region about the importance of health, health insurance and the eligibility requirements for Missouri's health insurance programs.

MHN is a State of Missouri program to improve the accessibility, quality and cost control of health services for a large portion of Missouri’s Medicaid population. MHN follows the lead of the private sector in providing access to health care services through a managed care program.

Those individuals eligible for MHN live in an MHN designated region in the State, and are in one of the following Medicaid groups:

  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
  • Medicaid for Pregnant Women
  • Medicaid for Children
  • Children in State Care & Custody
  • Refugee Assistance

ARCHS' MHN Community Partnership provides volunteers who help educate targeted audiences about MHN.  Currently more than 180,000 St. Louis City and St. Louis County residents receive MHN services.

To apply for MHN call 1-888-275-5908 or visit MHN's Website.

MOHealthNet Links:

To volunteer to become an ARCHS' MHN committee member, contact ARCHS at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.