The ADAMHS Board for Montgomery County will be accepting specialized applications for funding for the following services:
• 16 bed or smaller clinically managed residential treatment as defined by American Society of Addiction Medicine. The ADAMHS Board is looking for applicants with the ability to bill Medicaid for residential addiction treatment for ASAM 3.1 or 3.5 levels of care. Maximum award amount is up to $150,000 for room & board per diem costs dependent upon the number of beds.
• Youth Led Prevention Programs targeted for substance abuse prevention and mental health promotion utilizing either SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework or OhioMHAS’ Youth Empowerment Conceptual Framework. Maximum award amount is up to $30,000 per project.
• Suicide prevention efforts aimed at reducing suicides and suicide attempts in high-risk populations. Maximum award amount is up to $1000,000 per project.
Applications will be accepted through Friday, September 23, 2016 at 5 p.m. via the online Application for Funding portal at aff.mcadamhs.org.
New applicants will need to request a login by clicking on “Need a Login” on the front page of the webpage.
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