Skyland Trail is proud to be a resource for mental health professionals. Learn how to refer a client to our residential treatment, day treatment or outpatient programs. Connect with one of our referral relations representatives to schedule a presentation or tour. Or register for a workshop from our continuing education events calendar.
Skyland Trail welcomes adults ages 18 and older with a primary mood, thought, or anxiety disorder. Many clients have complex diagnoses, such as co-occurring substance use or co-occurring borderline personality disorder.
How to Refer
Programs for Adults
Our mental health programs are organized by levels of care. Residential psychiatric treatment is our most intensive level of care. Day treatment, intensive outpatient, and outpatient programs gradually provide less intensive staff support and require clients to use skills more independently.
Clients complete a psychiatric assessment as part of the admissions process. The admissions team uses results from the assessment to match each client with the level of care that bests meets the client's needs.
Residential treatment usually is the best level of care for individuals leaving a hospital or locked psychiatric acute care facility.
Located in Atlanta, our age-appropriate residential campuses are unlocked, voluntary facilities. Clients receive 24/7 staff support and private client rooms with private bathrooms.
New patients may admit directly to day treatment, sometimes called a partial hospitalization program (PHP), if they are coming from another treatment program, or if they have been participating in outpatient therapy without progress. Day treatment also is offered as a step-down from residential treatment.
A variety of outpatient programs provide support after graduating from a treatment program or as a supplement to outpatient therapy in the community.
Outpatient programs include TMS, primary care, comprehensive assessment, vocational services, a social club, and an alumni program.
Programs for Adolescents
Psychiatric residential treatment and day treatment programs for adolescents ages 14 to 17 provide expert mental health care and a supportive environment. Teens build the life skills and resilience needed to return to their families, schools and communities prepared for a healthy future.
Specialized and respectful mental health residential treatment facilities offer age-appropriate socialization and support. Emerging and college-age adults ages 18 to 24 stay at the Rollins Campus. Adults ages 25 to 65 and older begin treatment at Skyland Trail South Residential Campus. Adolescent clients receive treatment at the J. Rex Fuqua Campus. All our adult psychiatric residential treatment facilities offer private bedrooms and bathrooms and are:
- voluntary, unlocked facilities
- accredited by The Joint Commission
- licensed by the State of Georgia
- staffed 24/7 with nurses and residential counselors
- surrounded by gardens
Schedule a Tour or Presentation
Fill out the contact form below to receive additional information, schedule a tour of our campus, or request that a Skyland Trail referral relations representative come to speak with you and your staff about our treatment programs.
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