Mental health residential treatment programs give clients the time, space, and support they need to recover from an episode of mental illness. During an average three month stay in a residential mental health facility, clients learn how to manage their diagnosis and acquire skills needed to stay healthy.
Unlike a hospital, all of our residential communities are unlocked voluntary facilities surrounded by gardens. Clients enjoy private bedrooms and bathrooms and participate in social activities on campus and out in the community. All of our residential facilities are licensed by the State of Georgia.
Specialized and respectful mental health residential treatment facilities offer age-appropriate socialization and support. Emerging and college-age adults ages 18 to 25 stay in our 32-bed Young Adult Treatment Center on the Rollins Campus. Adults ages 26 and older begin treatment at Skyland Trail South Residential Campus.
While our residential communities provide specialized support by age, our recovery communities provide individualized, evidence-based treatment by diagnosis. Together with our integrated wellness model and holistic approach, this powerful combination provides a unique path to recovery for each individual client.