The individualized, whole person approach at Skyland Trail empowers our clients to define their vision for a healthy future and develop a road map to get there. Beyond preventing crises and hospitalization, our intensive residential and day treatment programs help our clients learn healthy strategies to reduce symptoms, manage stress, improve relationships, and engage meaningfully with their communities.
Our treatment model combines medication therapy, one-on-one counseling, group therapy and even art, music and horticultural therapy. Our voluntary programs offer longer lengths of stay in a welcoming community, giving our clients the time and space they need to heal and recover. After a comprehensive diagnostic assessment at admission, we match each client with a weekly schedule of evidence-based programming specific to their symptoms and diagnoses.
Whether you are experiencing your first episode of psychosis or have been struggling with depression for years, you can get your life back. Call our admissions team to discuss how we help adults ages 18 and older struggling with bipolar illness, major depression, schizophrenia and anxiety disorders.
Our adult programs serve adults ages 18 and older with a primary mood, thought or anxiety disorder. We specialize in treating clients with complex diagnoses and treatment histories including co-occurring borderline personality disorder, substance misuse as a dual diagnosis, psychosis, a history of trauma, or treatment resistance.
Adult Residential Program: $33,000 per month
Adult Day Treatment Program: $11,000 per month
Most adult clients participate in the residential level of care for about 4 to 8 weeks before stepping down to the day treatment program. Our residential treatment program is in network with most plans offered by Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, and Magellan. Families may be able to use out-of-network benefits to cover a portion of treatment costs. Our day treatment and intensive outpatient programs are in-network with a number of private insurance companies. Medicare and Medicaid do not cover our services at any level of care. Financial aid is available to cover a portion of program costs for eligible families.