Frequently Asked Questions
Thank you for your interest in Montgomery County ADAMHS. We have listed below some of the most common questions we receive. Click on the links below to view answers.
Please contact us if you have additional questions or needs.
What is ADAMHS ?
The Montgomery County Alcohol Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) is a state mandated agency formed to oversee the planning, development, funding, and evaluation of alcohol/drug treatment and behavioral health services delivered by a network of community based organizations.
Does ADAMHS provide treatment services?
Ohio law does not allow ADAMHS to provide direct services to our community. We contract with specialized mental health and alcohol and other drug treatment agencies to give the best care possible to residents of Montgomery County.
How do I receive help?
Download the LocalHelpNow app for a full list of behavioral health providers in Montgomery County. You can access the web version here. If this is a mental health crisis, call Crisis Now at 833-580-2255.
What services are available and who pays for them?
ADAMHS pays for many mental health and addiction services. Depending on your treatment plan, your treatment team will determine services that fit your needs and assist with your recovery.
Are there some services that are not available through ADAMHS or its agencies?
Not all services are available to all clients and some services are limited in the number of visits. Your treatment team can explain individual benefits based on your situation.
What are the types of mental health services that are available?
Some of the mental health services ADAMHS pays for through its contracted agencies include:
- Community Psychiatric Support
- Individual and Group Counseling
- Pharmacological Management and Assessment
- Vocational services
What types of drug and alcohol services are available?
ADAMHS pays for services to help individuals with substance use addiction. Some of the services available include:
- Case Management
- Prevention & Intervention