Training

Course Offerings - please see announcement below.

State leaders and Public health officials have recommended community actions to reduce exposure to COVID-19, including the canceling of any unnecessary events. These actions can slow the spread and reduce the impact of disease if followed correctly.  

As the Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board for Montgomery County supports these recommendations to reduce exposure to COVID-19, we have cancelled ALL trainings through May 1, 2020, including those scheduled to take place at alternative locations. We will be notifying those registered for any trainings for the upcoming months of the newly scheduled dates/times/locations as soon as possible.
 
We appreciate your patience during the rescheduling process and highly encourage you to frequently check our website for further COVID-19 updates and tips, online training opportunities, and other educational material. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us at (937) 443-0416.


The Montgomery County ADAMHS Training Department develops partnerships and offers educational experiences to a wide variety of audiences within the community and region.

Stigma reduction, increased awareness and workforce skills development are the primary focus of our trainings. Some of the topics offered include:

Mental Health First Aid
Trauma Informed Care 
Prevention Topics 
Clinical Topics 
Workforce Development 
Team Building
Peace Officer Training for Crisis Intervention

Our skilled trainers are available to our provider agencies, businesses, faith institutions and the community.