Montgomery County Agency Launches App

Montgomery County’s Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) now has a smartphone app, making it the first agency or department in county government to offer a free download.  “The functionality of the app allows users to have information in the palm of their hand,” said ADAMHS Executive Director Helen Jones-Kelley.  “It is in response to the significant increase in people using mobile devices to access resources that previously were only available on our website.”

The main screen has 16 icons where users can find such information as a list of area resources, the location of unused medication drop boxes, overdose prevention information, as well as links to the ADAMHS website and Facebook. The mobile app for Apple and Android devices can be accessed in the App Store by simply searching for “adamhs,” through the Apple App Store, Google Play or by using the ADAMHS QR Code.

App Store:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/adamhs-board-montgomery-county/id664908540?ls=1&mt=8

App in Google Play:

http://goo.gl/fpVG9n                    

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