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About Skyland Trail Based in Atlanta, Skyland Trail is a nationally recognized nonprofit mental health treatment organization serving adults ages 18 and older. We offer expert, evidence-based psychiatric care alongside a compassionate, holistic path to wellness. This powerful mix makes Skyland Trail a different kind of mental health solution. Few things can be as overwhelming and frustrating as mental illness – or finding effective treatments. At Skyland Trail, we get it. Which is why we take a different approach to helpin... read more
1961 N Druid Hills Rd NE, Atlanta, GA, 30329, United StatesGet directions
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Hated it at first but they in a sense cured me. My DBT therapist there got me to let go
I worked there many years ago and loved the staff and all the many wonderful programs there. Many happy memories.....So happy to see this FB site
It is hard to explain how Skyland Trail makes miracles happen. They Saved My Life and helped me become the person I am meant to be. I am stronger than I have ever been in my entire life. Skyland Trail is Wonderful, and I truly appreciate everything everyone did for me. I wasn't so easy to deal with all the time, but everyone knew just what I needed to hear. I highly recommend them to You.
I've dealt with depression and PTSD as long as I can remember. I've been in talk therapy and taking psychotropic meds most of my adult life. In my early 50s, I was pounded with work and relationship-related stress that caused me to go into a suicidal spiral. I was a successful professional, yet I grew hopeless and tired of the cycle of endless series of challenges and rebounds. The Skylanders Trail staff, other clients, classes, and individualized counseling helped break the cycle and gave me focus I was looking for.
Skyland Trail has a 4.8 star rating with 134 reviews.
Skyland Trail is closed now. It will open on Thursday at 8:30 a.m.