Skyland Trail Hosts Reception for Gender Education Demystification Symposium

February 21, 2019
GEMS Conference Reception Welcome Chalkboard

ATLANTA – Skyland Trail, a nationally recognized nonprofit psychiatric treatment organization, hosted a reception on Monday, February 18, 2019 for attendees of the 2019 Gender Education Demystification Symposium. Held at the Skyland Trail Rollins Campus for Young Adults, more than 100 mental health clinicians and educational consultants attended the reception to learn more about the evidence-based psychiatric…


Clay Jackson Elected Skyland Trail Board Chair

January 23, 2019

ATLANTA – Skyland Trail, a nationally recognized nonprofit psychiatric treatment organization, is pleased to announce Clay Jackson as the new Chair of the Board of Directors. Clay Jackson, CFA, is president of ZWJ Investment Counsel. He received an MBA from Emory University after graduating from the University of Virginia. In addition to Skyland Trail, he serves…


Skyland Trail Associates Announce 2019 Leadership

January 11, 2019
Denise Rezek an Suci Jackson 2019 Skyland Trail Associates Leadership

ATLANTA – Skyland Trail, a nationally recognized mental health treatment organization for adults ages 18 and older, is pleased to announce Suci Jackson and Denise Rezek as the 2019 Skyland Trail Associates President and Vice President respectively. Jackson previously served as Vice President in 2018 alongside outgoing President Sue McKinley. “I have close relationships with people—both…


Skyland Trail Gardens Receive Recognition from North American Butterfly Association, National Wildlife Federation, and Monarch Watch

December 12, 2018

ATLANTA – The Metamorphosis Garden at Skyland Trail, an area where clients can experience the promise of positive outcomes through horticultural therapy by observing the transformation of caterpillars to butterflies, has received recognition from the North American Butterfly Association as a Certified Monarch Garden and Certified Butterfly Garden in addition to being certified as a Monarch Waystation…


Skyland Trail Honors Leadership of Philanthropist J. Rex Fuqua, Names New Adolescent Campus

December 5, 2018

ATLANTA – Skyland Trail recently announced that the campus currently under construction on Dresden Drive in Chamblee will be named the J. Rex Fuqua Campus in recognition of the leadership and generosity of long-time board member and supporter Rex Fuqua. The campus, scheduled to open in late 2019, will be home to a residential treatment…



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