2021 Journeys Magazine
In the News
Atlanta, GA – Skyland Trail, a nonprofit residential treatment program for adults and adolescents in Atlanta, recently began offering psychological testing as an integrated component of the adolescent residential treatment program for teens ages 14 to 17. During the first two weeks of residential treatment, most adolescent clients participate in psychological testing with the psychological…Read More →
Atlanta, GA – Skyland Trail, a nationally recognized nonprofit mental health treatment organization for adults and adolescents with mental illness, recently began offering Theta Burst transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) services for adult patients with treatment-resistant depression. Skyland Trail began offering TMS services in 2017 and recently acquired the new Theta Burst technology to improve the…Read More →
Atlanta, GA – On Wednesday, May 12, 2021, Skyland Trail hosted the 10th installment of the Dorothy C. Fuqua Lecture Series. The lecture, titled The Weight of Gold, spotlighted the mental health challenges that accompany competition for both high-performance, professional athletes and youth. The free event, which was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic,…Read More →
Joyce Latimer, a National Referral Relations Representative for Skyland Trail, was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP). NATSAP serves as an advocate and resource for innovative organizations that devote themselves to the effective care and education of struggling young people and their families. “Skyland Trail is…Read More →
The Skyland Trail residential program for adolescents is now in-network with most plans offered by Humana Millitary / TRICARE East for military families. The adolescent treatment program helps teens ages 14 to 17 struggling with mood and anxiety disorders. “Skyland Trail is pleased to offer residential mental health services for military families and their children living in…Read More →
DID YOU KNOW? Skyland Trail has welcomed more than 85 teens into the adolescent treatment program in 2021.