Skyland Trail, located in Atlanta, Is a nationally recognized psychiatric facility providing treatment for adults with mental illness. We began serving the community in 1989 and have helped more that 2,000 adults since that time. In 2004, Skyland Trail was selected as the recipient of the American Psychiatric Association’s pinnacle Gold Achievement Award recognizing innovation and excellence in treatment and its community support. Additionally, all of your programs are accredited by The Joint Commission, reflecting our successful efforts to provide high quality care for our clients.
Skyland Trail offers a unique range of innovative services, tailored to the individual client to improve mental, physical and social well-being. Our clients move through a continuum of care that provides the necessary structure and support for community reintegration. Services range from higher intensity programs like our residential levels of care to more independent programs like our day and evening treatment, IOP, transitional and case management services.
Clients receive individualized treatment through our five recovery communities: CBT, DBT, Dual Diagnosis, Young Adult/First Break, and Social Integration. Upon admission, clients are assigned to an evidence-based recovery community based on their diagnosis, symptoms and level of functioning. Our holistic approach addresses many different aspects of recovery such as mental health education, symptom reduction, exercise, nutrition, physical health, work or school, spirituality, family relationships, leisure activities, and creative expression. All services are tailored to the individual , with a particular focus on helping clients build the skills necessary to develop a functional role in the community.
Skyland Trail’s programs are appropriate for adults 18 years of age or older who are experiencing difficulties caring for themselves, maintaining positive personal relationships, or working. Individuals with a primary psychiatric disorder as well as those with a co-morbid substance abuse disorder, are eligible for acceptance into the programs.