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This is area is set aside for information exchange between our contract providers and the ADAMHS Board. The links provided here are for their use.

Intake Worksheets and Information

FY2015 Sliding Fee Schedule

Income Subsidy Worksheet

Online Income Subsidy Worksheet Beta Testing

Residency Policy

OHMHAS Guidelines

Residency Determination Form

Effective October 1, 2014

Treatment Agencies and Service Grid  *** New Information for our providers ***

Client Satisfaction Survey form

Civil Commitment Monthly Report (CCMR) Template

CCMR Instructions



Medicaid Expansion 

Application for Funding Pages and Files 

Non-Medicaid Reviews for FY2013 Information 

General Information

Gosh Electronic Enrollment Website

Provider Assistance Group (PAG) Page

STATS File log Website

MITS Information

Training Opportunities

Breaking News

SAMHSA Strategic Initiative document

SFY 2014 Community Plan Montgomery County ADAMHS

For Boards:

32 Bit Installer for VT320. This will install on 64-bit Windows 7 computers. click HERE to download

Recent News

Medicare CMHC Conditions Of Participation Go Into Effect October 29, 2014

Medicare is preparing to implement new conditions of participation (CoPs) for community mental health centers (CMHCs), which go into effect on October 29, 2014. A final rule issued in October 2013 established the CoPs and a survey process by which Medicare will determine whether participating organizations have met the CoP requirements. CMHCs affected by the new CoPs are those that bill Medicare for partial hospitalization program services using place of service code...  ....More


Suicide Risk Management

There are over 38,000 completed suicides in the United States per year. It is the 10th overall leading cause of death and the 3rd cause of death for individuals aged 15-24. Over 90 percent of those who die by suicide meet criteria for a severe and persistent mental illness and the suicide rate has been increasing, particularly among our veterans and middle aged males. click here for More


Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

After a traumatic experience, it's normal to feel frightened, sad, anxious, and disconnected. But if the upset doesn't fade and you feel stuck with a constant sense of danger and painful memories, you may be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It can seem like you'll never get over what happened or feel normal again. But by seeking treatment, reaching out for support, and developing new coping skills, you can overcome PTSD and move on with your life.   For more information, Click here  

New Bill Authorizes Grants to Combat Prescription Drug Abuse

New legislation introduced in Congress would offer a number of grants to deter prescription drug abuse and assist individuals receiving addiction treatment. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Survey on Drug Use and Health, in 2013 an estimated 2.8 million people age 12 or older used an illicit drug for the first time, totaling more than 7,800 initiates per day. click here.