CLIENT STORIES

Recovery Happens Here

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The Skyland Trail Experience

Our adult clients describe what treatment at Skyland Trail was like for them.

Our Clients

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RESPECT Institute Story: Christina

Trauma Can Take Many Forms My name is Christina and this is my story. I was born in Queens, New York City as the youngest…

Victoria's RESPECT Story

RESPECT Institute Story: Victoria

Laying the foundation for a true and strong recovery Hello my name is Victoria and this is my story. I was born in North Carolina…

Alex B Growing Through Grace

Growing Through Grace

Know that you are always, ALWAYS worthy of getting help Hey guys, my name is Alex and I am here to tell you my story…

Loss and Found

Loss & Found

I grieve my loss, but embrace what I’ve found with gratitude. I’m a Skyland Trail alumni, and this is my story. I had a great…

Melissa K

Skyland Trail provided a “bubble of healing.” When I walked through the doors of Skyland Trail, I had been struggling with mental health challenges for…

Xander K

Xander K.

A Validating and Supportive Community In the past, I believed I could never make a life for myself that I could be content with. Coming…

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David N.

Skyland Trail’s web materials note that “many of our clients come to us exhausted, scared and desperate.” That was me in July of 2019. Earlier…

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Mark P.

“Start with transformation of your heart. Let go of yourself and find the magic of the fairy home. Your mind will follow.” Most of us…

Bryn P Skyland Trail alumni

Bryn P.

Recovery is a lifestyle. ‘Let me just tell you that I was a mess before Skyland. I wasn’t doing great in relationships with friends, family,…

Our Families

Stepping Back to Help Our Daughter Move Forward

Tina and Peter W., parents of an adult program graduate In 2017, our daughter was struggling badly. She was working with a therapist and psychiatrist,…

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An Extraordinary Journey

Beth, mother of an adolescent program graduate I finally understood that my daughter’s mental illness was not something that my husband and I could fix…

What Was Best for Our Daughter

Parents of an adolescent program graduate and financial aid award recipients Our daughter needed help. But where we live in North Florida, there are only…

In Memoriam: Sally Faletti

Clients who entered treatment in the early days of Skyland Trail became a part of the history of the organization. One of those clients was…

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April

At Her Lowest Point Ever “My loved one was at her lowest point ever when she admitted herself to Skyland Trail… She couldn’t seem to…

Thankful for Today

By Renee: When my son was diagnosed with schizophrenia in 2016, I began looking for answers. They were hard to find. After extensive research, however,…

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Skyland Trail Helps Family Along Mental Health Journey

Skyland Trail can help both your family and loved one manage the journey. My name is Kerri, and I am happy to share my stepson…

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