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SKYLAND TRAIL

Skyland Trail

WHO ARE THEY?

Skyland Trail began with the determination of Atlanta business leader Charles B. West to fill a void in mental illness treatment. In the early 1980s the dominant treatment model in Atlanta was hospitalization for acute cases, aimed at stabilization. There was no long-term treatment program with the goal of offering therapies, together with the skills needed to reintegrate back into the community.

Through a friend’s experience, Mr. West recognized the need for the latter approach. He was nearing retirement from the family business, West Lumber Company. Turning his energies to the new cause, in 1982 he established The George West Mental Health Foundation, named for his father, and recruited a committed board of directors. The board studied programs and innovations across the nation that looked beyond short-term stabilization to long-term recovery.

WHO THEY SERVE?

A project of the George West Mental Health Foundation, Skyland Trail serves adults with mental illness through innovative and individualized treatment that improves mental, physical and social well being. We specialize in the following disorders:

• Bipolar

• Depression

• Dual Diagnosis

• Schizophrenia

One name keeps popping up.

Board of Directors
Charles B. Nemeroff, M.D., Ph.D.


Professional Advisory Board
Charles Nemeroff, M.D., Ph.D.

National Advisory Board Members
Charles B. Nemeroff, M.D., Ph.D.


Old Chuck must be a multi-millionaire by now - he has his grubby little fingers in so many pies!




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