Application For Funding

State Fiscal Year 2015 Application for Funding Guidelines



ADAMHS Board for Montgomery County

Here are the files to be completed for an application for funding from MCADAMHS for FY ’15 services. All instructions, deadlines and contact information are all contained within the files. Current contract agencies will find the “Funding Schedule” on their FTP site under the AFF folder

Application for Funding Guidelines FY15

When you submit your files, please replace the desc, xxxxx and Y with your information.
The filename must be changed before you submit it back to us
xxxxx= UPI
Y = submission number
ApplicationMS WORD2015_BH_xxxxxY.doc   *
Finance FormsMS EXCEL2015_FIS_xxxxxY.xls   *
Finance Instructructions - For your reference onlyMS WORD2015_AFF_Financeguidelines.doc   *
Other files you may submit such as attatchmentsMS WORDName them: 2015_desc_xxxxxY.doc
  * Denotes downloadable

All files or questions should be emailed to this address:

Files are also available on the FTP site under \common\AFF\





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