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Application for Funding Bidder's Conferences scheduled

Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) will hold two application for funding bidders’ conferences on Monday, April 17 in the ADAMHS 1st floor Board room, 409 E. Monument Ave., Dayton, OH.

A bidder’s conference for School-Based Suicide Prevention Services will occur at 1:30 p.m. and one for School-Based Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Services will begin at 3:00 p.m.

Entities eligible to apply include agencies certified in prevention by the Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction services, education entities (primary and secondary schools, and colleges/universities) under the jurisdiction of the Ohio Department of Education or the Ohio Board of Regents.

Request For Proposals (RFPs) will be released at the bidder’s conferences. For more information call Andrea Hoff (937) 443-0416 x104, or ahoff@mcadamhs.org


2016 Annual Report

Every year, the Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Services releases an annual report – detailing many of the accomplishments of the past year. Also provided in each, you will find statistics about the people that were helped and the financial requirements to help maintain a successful program for our residents.  ACCESS HERE

Service Gaps Identified in Heroin/Opiate Epidemic Battle

The Community Overdose Action Team (COAT) has identified four priority areas to help in the fight against the heroin and opioid epidemic. COAT Steering Committee members received an update today on the progress made and what gaps are still pending. Over 259 people from Montgomery County and surrounding areas died from heroin and/or opiates last year.

The priority areas identified were:

  • Access to services and insufficient services
  • Medical detoxification
  • Jail re-entry linkage
  • Transitional and recovery housing


Other future COAT action items include expanding naloxone distribution, expand treatment bed capacity and explore grant opportunities. Currently there are two federal grant opportunities to assist local communities in addressing the epidemic. The state would then disperse the dollars based upon the density of the epidemic in each county to local Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services and Public Health Boards. READ MORE...


Community Overdose Action Team

The Community Overdose Action Team was established to address the opioid/heroin epidemic in Montgomery County. The goals of the team are to stabilize the number of people dying from drug overdoses; then reduce the number of fatal overdoses and finally, reduce the number of people addicted. Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services and Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County are the lead agencies in the effort to combat the epidemic.

The work of the Community Overdose Action Team seeks to identify what services are being offered, look for any existing gaps in services and explore potential new or expanded ways to combat the drug overdose problem. View a One Page Flyer


Collective Impact Collaborative Underway

Montgomery County Commissioner Dan Foley has established a Collective Impact Collaborative to attack the heroin/opioid epidemic that is plaguing our community. The goals are to reduce the number of people dying from drug overdoses and reduce the number of people addicted.

“Confronting this public health/safety crisis will be incredibly difficult, but we must do it together. We must attack this epidemic that is taking the lives of our family members, friends and neighbors and affecting every community in Montgomery County,” said Commissioner Foley


Collective Collaborative
Montgomery County Opioid Epidemic Response Framework
Montgomery County Collective Impact Collaborative
Exploring Solutions for the Opiate Problem at each Intercept


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Effective July 1, 2016, the Montgomery Co. ADAMHS will begin transition to a new sliding fee scale.  The sliding fee scale for Medicaid billable services will begin at 139% of the Federal Poverty Level.


 
ADAMHS VISION
Montgomery County ADAMHS promotes wellness and recovery that reinforces and sustains healthy individuals, families, and communities that are free from stigma related to mental illness and addictions.

ADAMHS Commitment starts at the top...
 
ADAMHS MISSION
To provide community leadership in planning, developing, and supporting high quality, innovative, and accountable mental health and addiction services and strategies so that all Montgomery County residents achieve wellness.

Learn more about the Ohio ADAMHS by clicking here...