Health & Wellness, GRMC’s Regional Behavioral Health Center
69 Wolf Acres, Oakland, MD 21550
GRMC’s regional behavioral health center, Health & Wellness Services, provides comprehensive behavioral health counseling and addictions treatment. The center will offer these services for people throughout GRMC’s three-state, eight-county service area. Provided in conjunction with the WVU Medicine Department of Behavioral Health & Psychiatry, the staff at the center includes a Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Masters Level Addiction Counselors, Masters Level Social Worker and a Licensed Practical Nurse.
Patients seeking services at the center receive primary care health screenings, such as blood pressure and body mass index checks, in addition to counseling care. By integrating primary care screenings with comprehensive behavioral health services, Health & Wellness of GRMC seeks to ensure that people struggling with behavioral health issues also have access to the primary care services that can help them lead healthier lives. This holistic approach to care reflects Garrett Regional Medical Center’s mission of striving to treat each patient like family.
Walk-in clients are welcome for nonestablished patients; sessions with individual counselors also available by appointment.
Behavioral Health Center Staff:
Lisa Lewis is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). Lisa graduated from George Mason University with her BA in 2008 and from Liberty University with her Master’s in Professional Counseling in 2013. She has been providing mental health services for over five years in both the non-profit and private practice sectors. The primary focus of Lisa’s practice is on trauma resolution.
Abbey Patterson is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW). Abbey graduated from Allegany College of Maryland in 2015 with her AA in Human Services and from Frostburg State University in 2016 with her Bachelors in Social Work. In 2018 Abbey received her Master’s in Social Work from Salisbury University. Throughout her career Abbey has provided services for adults, adolescents, and children using a holistic strength based perspective to meet the needs of the clients.
Kelly Rock is a Registered Nurse Practitioner (DNP, PMHNP-BC). Kelly earned a Diploma of Nursing from Mercy Hospital School in Nursing in 1995, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 2003, a Master of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 2006, a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from Carlow University in 2010, and a post-master’s certificate in child/adolescent psychiatry/mental health from Vanderbilt University in 2016. She specializes in psychiatric diagnostic reasoning and medication management of psychiatric disorders in the community mental health setting.
Dawn Ross LCSW-C has several decades of experience in the social work field. She has worked in adoptions, as a Head Start Director, as an Assistant Director of a residential program for recovering female cocaine addicts and their newborns, and most recently as a therapist for the past 20+ years on an outpatient basis at the Garrett County Health Department, a medical practice, and currently at Health and Wellness. Dawn is a generalist, with experience in individual, couples, family and group therapy. She currently enjoys working with clients with chronic pain and medical issues.