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There are so many wonderful causes in the Atlanta community but Skyland Trail is in the business of transforming lives. I can not imagine anything more worthwhile than that.

– Page Morocco, Past President, Skyland Trail Associates


The Skyland Trail Associates is an auxiliary group of women who support Skyland Trail through fundraising efforts and special events. Associates also donate their time, skills and interests through volunteer opportunities supporting client activities. From horticulture, art and music therapy to our annual Associates Luncheon, the group has become an integral part of accomplishing our mission.
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Ashley David,, 678-686-5905


New members are welcome at any time and may join as an annual member for $55.


Over the past decade, the Associates have raised funds to support critical client services and community education, including the purchase of a client bus for transportation, an EKG machine for our primary care clinic, a renovated kitchen in one of our client residences, campus-wide Wi-Fi, and the creation of Skyland Trail’s magazine, Journeys.

Associates Fund 2018:Funds raised by the 2018 Associates Spring Luncheon and 2018 Associates Fund will help support the expansion of Skyland Trail’s evidence-based treatment program to adolescents ages 14 to 17.


Volunteer Service

Associates provide valuable volunteer support by donating their time in our horticulture, art, music or recreational therapy programs or organizing our annual Associates Luncheon. Associates also volunteer for community events like Arts in the Garden and the Holiday Fair.

Contact Kathleen Rast at 678-686-5913 or to learn more about volunteer opportunities.

Education & Networking

Associates meet several times a year to engage in informational sessions about mental health, learn about Skyland Trail and to socialize with fellow Associates members. The annual Associates Spring Luncheon features a keynote speaker who shares a personal story about living with mental illness, or new research and developments in the field of brain health.

2018 Leadership

Associates Vice President 
Suci Jackson and Associates President Sue McKinley.