Elizabeth Greis providing mental health, addiction treatment at Saranac Lake clinic
MALONE, N.Y. – Citizen Advocates is proud to announce the addition of a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner at its integrated outpatient mental health and addiction treatment clinic in Saranac Lake.
Liz Greis first earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University at Buffalo. As a Registered Nurse, she first worked on the Medical/Surgical floors and then moved up to the Intensive Care Unit at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. During this time she earned her Master of Science in Psychiatric Nursing from University at Buffalo as well. Ms. Greis is a member of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association.
Ms. Greis started out in
“When it comes to treatment and developing a person-centered care plan, it’s important to gain a complete understanding of the needs and concerns of each individual patient,” said Ms. Greis. “Person-centered care is at the heart of what Citizen Advocates is about, which allows me to focus on making sure those we support are receiving the treatment and resources needed on their unique path of recovery.”
As a Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner for Citizen Advocates, Ms. Greis is responsible for assessing and diagnosing children, adolescents and adults seeking mental health and addiction treatment. She will oversee medication management for mental health care, along with suboxone induction and other medications for the treatment of addiction.
Originally from the Saratoga Springs area, Ms. Greis is excited to be in the Adirondack region. She resides with her husband and son in Saranac Lake. In their free time they enjoy hiking, skiing, traveling and spending time with family.
To schedule an appointment with Ms. Greis for mental health or addiction services, contact Saranac Lake behavioral health clinic at (518) 891-5535.
About the photo: Liz Greis, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
ABOUT CITIZEN ADVOCATES
Originally founded in 1975, Citizen Advocates, Inc. served as a work program for individuals with a need for developmental and behavioral health support. At the time, the organization had 12 employees serving 50 individuals. Today, Citizen Advocates, Inc. employs 750 health professionals and support staff who provide a broad range of services with compassion and skill to 6,500 individuals on an annual basis. With administrative offices in Malone, Citizen Advocates provides developmental disability, mental health