ATLANTA — Skyland Trail recently dedicated its South Residential Facility with an interior renovation and a new entry garden in the front of the facility, which was named in honor of longtime Skyland Trail supporter Betty Ann Inman. The updated interior of the residence was designed by Cindy Chase and includes upgrades to the dining…Read More >>
ATLANTA — Mental Health America of Georgia has named Skyland Trail as the 2009 Heroes in the Fight award recipient. The nationally acclaimed mental health treatment center’s clinical team was honored for its ‘Recovery Tracks’ and the organization’s primary care clinic. Heroes in the Fight is being implemented in partnership with the National Alliance on…Read More >>
Skyland Trail Awarded Georgia Center for Nonprofits ‘Revolutions’ Award for Outstanding Nonprofit Organization
ATLANTA — Skyland Trail was awarded the Revolutions Award for Outstanding Nonprofit Organization at the 18th annual Georgia Nonprofit Summit May 12. The Revolutions Award recognizes revolutionary leaders within Georgia’s Nonprofit sector and celebrates them-while inspiring and motivating others. The Revolutions Award serves to acknowledge, recognize and honor individuals and organizations that demonstrate the following: …Read More >>
ATLANTA — Skyland Trail is celebrating its 20th year of service in the Atlanta community. Since opening its doors May 1, 1989, Skyland Trail has served thousands of adults with mental illness, equipping them with the skills to lead independent and productive lives. Upon retirement from West Lumber Company of Atlanta in 1982, Charles West…Read More >>
ATLANTA — Atlanta’s Skyland Trail is one of the first mental health treatment facilities in the country to open an on-site, full-time primary care clinic for its clients. “People with mental illness have a 20 percent shorter life-expectancy than the general population,” said Ray Kotwicki, M.D., M.P.H., and medical director of Skyland Trail. “They are…Read More >>
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Journeys Magazine 2022
Read client stories, meet our donors, and learn more about the Skyland Trail community.
Annual Report 2021
Discover how philanthropic support from the community helps our mental health programs grow and our clients thrive.
Outcomes Report 2021
View outcomes data to see the kinds or improvements our clients make by engaging in treatment.