The Recovery Office connects our community to information, resources, and opportunities and equitably distributes funding throughout Montgomery County. Our goal is to support all residents' health, social, and economic well-being, address racial and other disparities, and serve those in need of assistance. The Recovery Office manages a variety of different funding programs and county-wide projects to support this recovery.
Coming Soon: Montgomery County Childcare Recovery Grant Program!
We're excited to announce the Montgomery County Childcare Recovery Grant Program, part of the Montgomery County Recovery Plan. This initiative will provide crucial support to licensed Childcare Providers and School-aged Before- and After-Care Facilities in our community, helping them recover from the financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
$4,000,000 allocated for this program.
Eligibility requires a license from the Pennsylvania DHS/OCDEL Bureau of Certification and a physical address within Montgomery County.
Grant amounts will be based on facility capacity.
Stay tuned for updates on the application process, deadlines, and resources to assist you.
The Montgomery County Volunteer and Combination Fire Departments have faced economic challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in a loss of operating revenue and decreased fundraising opportunities. To support their recovery, the Montgomery County Recovery Office has established the Fire Services Recovery Grant Program. This needs-based grant program, funded with $1,500,000 from the American Rescue Plan Act, aims to address the economic impacts by providing financial assistance to eligible Fire Departments. If your Fire Department has been affected by the pandemic, learn more about this program and how to apply to access these vital funds to mitigate the economic impact. Learn more about this program
The Montgomery County Recovery Plan has dedicated $5 million to a county-wide grant program, led by the County Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), aimed at establishing and expanding child and adolescent behavioral health services across all 22 school districts in the County. Through a collaborative effort between HHS and the County's Recovery Office, this grant program has empowered schools to submit innovative program proposals. Learn more about this transformative initiative and its positive impact on our community's youth! Please click here
Montgomery County First Time Homebuyers Program Expansion
We are excited to introduce a new initiative aimed at making homeownership a reality for low, moderate, and median-income households in Montgomery County. Managed by the Department of Housing and Community Development, this program is designed to extend a helping hand to those aspiring to purchase a home within the county. Learn more about this program
External Funding Opportunity for Nonprofits - coming soon