Thank you for your interest in Montgomery County ADAMHS. We have listed below some of the most frequently asked questions.  Click on the links below to view answers.

Please contact us if you have additional questions.

What is the mission of Montgomery County ADAMHS?
The innovative work of Montgomery County ADAMHS supports accessible, equitable behavioral health care and supportive resources for people in need to elevate individual and community well-being.  

How do I apply for funding from Montgomery County ADAMHS?
Montgomery County ADAMHS has two application for funding cycles each year. The application for funding for treatment & supportive services opens each fall, and the application for funding for prevention & early intervention opens each spring. Click here for the latest application for funding information.

How do I find a behavioral health provider who can help me?
LocalHelpNow is our tool to help you find the provider who can help you. You can download the app which is available for iPhone or Android devices. A web-based version is available as well by clicking here.  

Where can I find the most recent data for overdose deaths in Montgomery County?
The Community Overdose Action Team (COAT) tracks overdose deaths and displays that information on its website. Click here to access data & reports from the COAT. 

Can I earn continuing education credits to renew my license by attending training offered by Montgomery County ADAMHS?
Many of our training courses allow you to earn continuing education credits. If you are looking for specific continuing education credits, please read the details of the training to make sure that it meets the requirements you are seeking. Click on the training tab on the homepage of this website to sign up for email newsletters, so you will be among the first to know about new training opportunities.