Outpatient Treatment Coordinator
Liz Corry began working with Quality Youth Services in October of 2019 as a tracker/mentor. Liz previously worked as a proctor parent during which she discovered that she wanted to make a difference in the lives of youth that struggle with the law, substance abuse, or the dynamics of their family. She became the first outpatient treatment coordinator for Quality Youth Services. As a new position, Liz took it as her own and made it what it is today.
In Liz's spare time, she enjoys spending time with her amazing family and her wonderful spouse. Liz loves having a good time and loves to laugh. She loves camping, hiking, and boating. Her favorite food is Sweet Tarts, and she tries not to let a day go by without indulging in this sweet treat.
As an outpatient treatment coordinator, Liz strives to build relationships with families and strengthen their skills and dynamics. She coordinates all the wrap-around services for the youth who live at home in outpatient services with a family member, whether it be a parent, grandparent, or other kinship. Liz works closely with JJS youth case managers or their probation officers as well as QYS clinicians. Additionally, she is responsible for supervising Trackers, who mentor her assigned adolescents daily. Liz ensures the whole team runs smoothly to successfully transition a youth out of state custody and into independent, adult living.
(877) 393-6232 ext 713