Skyland Trail Annual Report 2011
Skyland Trail's 2011 Annual Report lists our many generous donors, emphasizes where our budget is being spent, and displays outcomes information on our clients and the strides they are making towards recovery.
2011 ANNUAL REPORT E N C O U R A G E SKYLAND TRAIL Offering hope, changing lives SKYLAND TRAIL _______ GAVE ME TH E _______ COURAGE ___ TO BE ME ___ – KARI S. C O U R A G E Recovery from mental illness, by definition, is an act of courage. It is not a single act, but countless courageous decisions and small steps taken day after day, that lead to a restored sense of hope, stability and effectiveness. Courage survives and grows through acts of encouragement, and this is the role of Skyland Trail for our clients and their families. We provide the treatment, the environment and the compassionate support to reinforce and strengthen their determination to get better. Over the past 23 years, the combined power of our clientsâ€™ courage and Skyland Trailâ€™s multi-dimensional encouragement has changed the future for thousands of adults with mental illness. For Skyland Trail as an organization,we take courage from the steadfast encouragement we receive from the community â€“ providing resources, volunteer leadership and inspiration so that we can become an ever greater force for health and strength in the lives of our clients and in our community. 1 CHAIRMAN & PRESIDENT A client recently described Skyland Trail as â€œa place to look forward from,â€? which sums up exactly what we strive to be in the journey of recovery from mental illness. We want to be the solid foundation where clients get a secure footing that makes it possible to start moving toward health, confidence and productivity. As the theme of this annual report conveys, the courage of the client and the encouragement that is integral to effective treatment work together to empower recovery. Both are essential to a successful journey. The past year brought growth in all of the indicators that show how Skyland Trail is regarded as a source of impactful treatment and related service. Admissions were up, as were referrals from physicians and mental health providers. Psychiatric assessments grew by more than 10 percent, affirming our rising reputation as an expert in evaluation and diagnosis of complicated mental health issues. Important progress was achieved as we focused on the critical issue of client length of stay. Increasing pressure from payer sources has decreased length of stay in treatment, often times well short of an ideal time frame for recovery. Last year, Skyland Trail began an intense effort to educate payers about our model of care, emphasizing the necessity of time requirements for effective treatment. While pressures remain, we have made real headway in these discussions. Additionally, we introduced a client engagement program that incentivizes committed participation from day one, in order to maximize the value of treatment time. Through these initiatives, Skyland Trail has made significant progress to assure that client needs are met with an appropriate length of stay. 2 Our mission always has been grounded in promoting knowledge as well as providing treatment. Skyland Trail strives to be a learning center for everyone we touch â€“ clients, families, our own staff, peers in the mental health field, and the broader Atlanta community. Our reputation continued to grow nationally last year, reflecting both the stature of our professional staff among their mental health peers as well as a strategic marketing program to extend our footprint. Clients come to Skyland Trail from every region of the country, as do referrals and inquiries. The past year brought substantial achievements in research, as you will see on page 6. We designed and implemented a robust outcomes initiative for tracking client progress on a weekly basis using best-in-class industry metrics. Clients come to Skyland Trail from every region of the country, as do referrals and inquiries. The benefits of this approach include the ability to adjust a clientâ€™s treatment program as needed, greater overall capacity for continuous quality improvement, and alignment with the measuring tools and validation methods that are broadly used both in academic circles and the insurance industry. Skyland Trail is well known for its community education programs focused on mental health issues. The inaugural Dorothy C. Fuqua Lecture Series was introduced last year, bringing thought leaders to Skyland Trail for educational forums. This series was instituted by close friends and family to honor Mrs. Fuquaâ€™s 90th birthday and her decades of volunteer leadership and generous support of Skyland Trail. Equally gratifying, Skyland Trail is sustaining and building on the support of a strong community that values the important work we do. From special events to annual gifts, we surpassed our 2011 goals in fundraising as well as friend-raising. On behalf of our clients, and in support of their courage, we thank you for making Skyland Trail a priority in how you encourage mental health and bring positive change in the community. Mark West Chairman of the Board Elizabeth Finnerty President and CEO 3 How Skyland Trail Encourages Recovery Skyland Trail provides a continuum of evidence-based therapeutic services meeting patientsâ€™ recovery needs. Residential Treatment Many Skyland Trail clients live Comprehensive Psychological Assessment Our in the therapeutic environment of our two residential Comprehensive Psychological Assessment services provide communities. Each facility has 24/7 professional supervision, accurate diagnoses for more complex patients, directing with structured hours of therapy and activities. In addition them toward appropriate and effective treatment. The to therapeutic services and care delivered at the residence, program is open to individuals from Atlanta and across the clients participate in day treatment at the Skyland Trail country. Patients receive a pragmatic report detailing their main campus. diagnoses and offering a blueprint for diagnoses-driven treatment. Day Treatment Day Services at our state-of-the-art Health and Education Center are at the heart of every patientâ€™s Thrive Wellness Clinic Research shows that persons with individualized recovery plan. All of our clients, including mental illness experience much higher rates of morbidity residential and intensive outpatient clients, participate in and mortality than the general population. Our clients our day services. Major components include group and receive on-site primary medical care as an integral part of individual counseling, along with psychiatric services their holistic treatment for mental illness. Thrive Wellness and active therapies to engage clients in their recovery Clinic is a unique service aimed at providing innovative, processes. Licensed counselors specializing in Cognitive quality care that reflects the direct linkage of mental, Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral emotional and physical health. Therapy (DBT) are part of expert clinical teams. Young Adult Program Responding to a trend of an Vocational Services Nearly every consumer that comes to increased early-adult treatment population, our program Skyland Trail for treatment expresses that a key goal is finding for college students and young adults offers a specialized a job, returning to school, or meaningful reintegration into recovery approach that teaches this group the skills they the community. The Vocational Services Program provides need to return to school, to work and to reach their full recove individual attention designed to build and establish support potential. Skyland Trail provides young adults with the as clients find a job, prepare for school and other reinte- opportunity to practice new skills in a safe, supportive gration into the community. environment while inspiring them to create a life path that best fits their needs. E N C O U R A 4 Dual Diagnosis Services Skyland Trail offers treatment for consumers who have a primary diagnosis of mental illness with related substance abuse disorders. Dual Diagnosis Services provide a structured program, individualized for the client, to promote a drug-free and sober lifestyle. Group and individual psychotherapy help the client gain insight into the relationship between his or her substance abuse and mental illness, using evidence-based random drug screening, twelve-step recovery programs, and individualized planning with our Addiction Psychiatrist and certified substance abuse counselor. Pastoral Counseling The pastoral counseling program helps clients deal not only with the larger existential questions of religious beliefs and experiences, but also those involving shame or guilt over actions taken while in active illness, or while struggling with religious ideations common to mental illness. In addition, participation in religion may help individuals with mental illness integrate more successfully into their communities by offering a more functional way to view and respond to others, and by providing a tool for coping with relationships and living. Adjunctive Therapies Skyland Trail is an innovator in active therapies that engage our clients in their recovery process. Horticulture, art, music, drama and recreation provide purposeful activities and socialization opportunities suited to a wide array of client interests and abilities. Family Support Families and other primary supporters play a vital role in a client’s recovery, and Skyland Trail works to provide constant support and education to these supporters. Through our Family Orientation, we hope to answer questions about mental illness and recovery, both in ery general terms and specifically for clients at Skyland Trail. Our weekly “It took courage for me to begin to “come out” about my mental illness. But, I have found that the Family “Support, Training and Education Program” (STEP) provides the knowledge and skills for self care as well as appropriate support for loved ones with mental illness. G E more I am honest with people about who I am, the more encouraged they feel to let me know about their struggles in life. I’ve learned with this courage and encouragement that I am NOT terminally unique.” — LYNN F. 5 Leadership in Research, Insight and Practical Application The extension of Skyland Trailâ€™s national impact includes contributions that spread insight and explore new avenues of treating mental illness. The following offer a look at some of the current research projects. Outcomes Assessment Among community-based Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT) Research mental health centers, Skyland Trail is a leader in To continue expanding on the innovative research evaluating outcomes and translating data into practical methods utilized in the therapeutic process for our application. In 2011, a new assessment framework was clients, Skyland Trail has built on the work of National implemented based on previous research findings of Advisory Board member, Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman, Chair of evidence-based practice. The purpose of these Psychiatry at Columbia University and his examination Skyland Trail is a leader in evaluating outcomes and translating data into practical application. innovative methods are three- of cognitive decline among individuals with untreated fold: to track the progress for psychosis, shown in the CATIE Trial1 research program individual clients throughout studying treatment effectiveness and outcomes in schiz- their treatment and beyond, ophrenia. Through his previous groundbreaking which will identify opportunities research, Dr. Lieberman found that individuals for improvement within the recovery model; to promote experience cognitive decline over time when experi- continuous quality improvement within Skyland Trail encing untreated as a whole; and to align Skyland Trail mental health psychosis. outcomes lexicon and metrics with academia, clinicians, Cognitive community-based organizations, managed care and Remediation government, so that our findings can effectively Therapy includes influence policy, evidence-based practice and research. sophisticated Skyland Trail has found early results with individuals diagnosed with schizophrenia not only indicate a potential reversal of loss but also improved insight and higher cognitive ability. computer-based Length of Stay Optimization Analysis Our exercises that lead clients through intellectual tasks efforts to optimize client length of stay have included an which gradually become more challenging as their skills in-depth analysis of how treatment duration correlates improve. As one of eight national sites, Skyland Trail with various outcomes including the implementation has found early results with individuals diagnosed with of an engagement incentive program, demographic schizophrenia not only indicate a potential reversal of variables such as type of diagnosis, and length of stay in loss but also improved insight and higher cognitive treatment. In response to strong interest in this work ability. This finding has potential implications for a from academic researchers, clinicians and others in the breakthrough in the treatment of mental illness. field, the Skyland Trail clinical team is preparing articles for publication consideration and submissions for presentations at meetings sponsored by local and national professional organizations. 6 1 Lieberman, J.A., Stroup, T.S., McEvoy, J.P., Swartz, M.S., Rosenheck, R., Perkins, D.O., Keefe, R.S.E.,â€ŚHsiao, J.K. (2005). Effectiveness of antipsychotic drugs in patients with chronic schizophrenia. The New England Journal of Medicine, 353 (12), 1209-1223. R E S E A R C H “When I first arrived at Skyland Trail, the vast majority of the clients and all the staff Effect of Family Attitudes on Recovery Anjana encouraged me. By the time I was about to leave, I Muraldiharan, Doctoral Candidate at Emory University, is currently conducting research examining how the role had turned into someone doling out encouragement. of social factors, specifically family attitudes, influences We all need pick-me-ups in life and a kind word The purpose of the study is to examine degrees of judgmentalism within the family dynamic. clients’ ability to recover from here and a nice act there goes a long way to bipolar illness. The purpose of the study is to examine making somebody feel a lot better.” degrees of judgmentalism — ADAM H. within the family dynamic. Skyland Trail encourages such research through the provision of a supportive infrastructure, which has led Looking Forward Skyland Trail has applied to the to robust partnerships with academic institutions and National Institutes of Mental Health as a collaborative other scholarly organizations. partner with other organizations to participate in a national study examining genetics and inflamatory Diagnostic Clarity The admissions process of Skyland responses of persons with schizophrenia and bipolar Trail includes an in depth and robust clinical assessment illness. While to ensure an accurate diagnosis and complementary previous research recovery plan. In 2011, Kimberly Farris, PhD was has identified recruited to spearhead the Outcomes and Research three specific department. Findings of this method of achieving genes prominent Working in diagnostic clarity throughout the in this population, conjunction with treatment process has been presented this proposed study seeks to focus on the role and Phillip Harvey, at several national conferences. expression of epi-genes within identified individuals. The overarching goal of this proposed study is to determine if reversal of epigene activation impacts the recovery of clients diagnosed with schizophrenia. PhD from the The overarching goal of this proposed study is to University of Miami Department of Psychiatry, expert in determine if reversal of epi-gene activation impacts the schizophrenia research, and Raymond J. Kotwicki, MD, recovery of clients diagnosed with schizophrenia. The MPH, Skyland Trail’s Vice President of Professional development of the Outcomes and Research Services and Medical Director, findings of this method of Department within Skyland Trail has afforded us the achieving diagnostic clarity throughout the treatment opportunity to continue exploring the most innovative process has been presented at several national conferences. evidence-based research that will in turn be utilized in Publications are forthcoming on these findings as well. practice with our patients. 7 2011 Program Statistics and Demographics Skyland Trail makes a real impact in the lives of the adults it serves. Client self-assessment and staff rating scores show significant and consistent progress occurring from admission to discharge in a variety of areas. _______ AGE DISTRIBUTION OF CLIENTS _______ ___________ DEMOGRAPHICS ___________ AGE 56-60: 6% AGE 61-65: GENDER 51% MALE:: 30 MALE: AVERAGE AGE 49% FEMALE: 34 FEMALE: AGE 51-55: 2% 5% AGE 46-50: 4% AGE 41-45: __ AVERAGE LENGTH OF STAY __ 4% AGE 18-25: 49% AGE 36-40: 11% BY DIAGNOSIS AGE 31-35: 8% 5 4.8 MONTHS 4 3.9 3.9 3 AGE 26-30: 11% 3.8 3.0 _________________ DIAGNOSIS _________________ 2 ANXIETY: 2% 1 OTHER PSYCHOSIS: 4% SCHIZOAFFECTIVE: 7% 0 SC BI SC M AJ PO HI HI OR ZO LA ZO PH R AF DE FE RE PR C NI E T S A IV SI E ON AN XI E BIPOLAR ILLNESS: SCHIZOPHRENIA: 9% TY MAJOR DEPRESSION: __ MEDICATION ATTITUDE INVENTORY__ 50% 28% __ BECK HOPELESSNESS SCALE__ (N=74) (N=76) 9 7 6.75 SCORE 6 5 4 3 2 1 8 The Beck Hopelessness Scale (BHS) is the gold-standard instrument for measuring clients’ hope for their futures. Patients who completed treatment programs at Skyland Trail in 2011 demonstrated both clinically and statistically significant improvement in hope for leading happy, healthy, and productive lives. 8.19 7 6 SCORE 8.66 8 9 The Medication Attitude Inventory (MAI) is an indication of how positively patients feel about taking psychiatric medications. Skyland Trail patients had a statistically and clinically significant improvement in attitudes about medications, which translates into more treatment adherence and better clinical outcomes. 5 4 3 3.35 2 1 0 0 ADMISSION DISCHARGE (P=.001) ADMISSION DISCHARGE (P=.000) __ OVERALL IMPROVEMENT IN __ _____ CLIENTS EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTY WITH...* _____ SYMPTOMS AND LIFE FUNCTION* (N=71) (N=71) 2.5 2.33 2.29 2.0 2.25 2.0 1.86 SCORE SCORE 1.5 1.0 1.5 1.0 1.53 .90 0.67 0.5 0 ADMISSION DISCHARGE (P=.000) .96 .85 0.5 0 DAILY LIVING SKILLS (P=.000) ADMISSION 8 1.27 1.19 1.07 PSYCHOSIS (P=.000) DEPRESSION/ RELATIONSHIPS IMPULSIVITY ANXIETY WITH SELF/OTHERS (P=.000) (P=.000) (P=.008) DISCHARGE * BASIS-32 results (industry standard assessment): decline in score indicates improvement BASIS-32 The BASIS 32, measuring improvement in a client’s psychiatric symptoms and life function, showed statistically significant improvement in Skyland Trail clients from admission to discharge. 2 0 1 1 “I have come to realize that seeking treatment and ENDOWMENT GIFTS GIFTS OF $5,000 - $49,999 Allison F. Williams Financial Aid Fund Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Howell E. Adams, Jr. The Mary Allen Lindsey Branan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Adams courage, even in everyday life living with a mental Foundation Edith Adams Alison Camp-Younts Foundation Mr. and Mrs. George E. Cates Estate of Sarah Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Cofer, Jr. The Community Foundation for The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta following through takes an extreme amount of illness. Courage is an everyday battle for me, but, knowing that I can reach out to friends who I have Greater Atlanta Marie and Brad Foster Family Fund Mary and Phil Davis Fund GHJ Fund Sam and John Dinos Family Fund Conlee Family Supporting Foundation John and Marcia Donnell Fund Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Correll Bernard and Anne Howell Gray Advised Fund Dr. and Mrs. O. Anderson Currie Montag Family Fund The Endover Foundation Virginia Moore Fund Ms. Elizabeth E. Finnerty and Mr. David Martin Edwin L. 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Tanner 678-686-5913. 15 2011 Financial Highlights George West Mental Health Foundation/Skyland Trail Revenues OTHER: 0.3% UNRESTRICTED CONTRIBUTIONS: 13.6% RESTRICTED CONTRIBUTIONS: 10.9% PROGRAM REVENUE: 63.6% BREAKDOWN OF PROGRAM REVENUE FINANCIAL AID: 11.6% CASE MANAGEMENT: 4.1% PRIMARY CARE CLINIC: 1.4% RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT: 45.9% LEAP: 3.1% BREAKDOWN OF FINANCIAL AID DISTRIBUTED VOCATIONAL SERVICES: 0.3% DAY TREATMENT: 45.2% VOCATIONAL SERVICES: 0.3% CASE MANAGEMENT: 10% LEAP: 3% DAY TREATMENT: 21% RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT: 63% TRANSITIONAL HOUSING: 2.7% DIRECT PROGRAM EXPENSES SOURCES OF CHARITABLE DONATIONS CORPORATE & BUSINESS: 12% RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT: 34.5% FOUNDATIONS: 49% DAY TREATMENT: 44.5% INDIVIDUALS: 39% LEAP: 5.2% CASE MANAGEMENT: 9.9% VOCATIONAL SERVICES: 3.1% PRIMARY CARE CLINIC: 2.5% EDUCATION: 0.3% The percentages above do not include sources of funding from the Initiatives for Program and Campus Expansion campaign. 16 2011 BOARD MEMBERS Mark C. West Chairman Richard C. Parker Chairman, Executive Committee Michael Tompkins Treasurer Marjorie Wynne Secretary Dick Bryant Cecil Conlee David Flint William H. Fox, PhD J. Rex Fuqua John C. Gordon Dana Halberg Thomas D. Hills Jim Howard Billy Huger Clay Jackson Amy Rollins Kreisler Melissa Lowe Jay Mitchell Jackie Montag Charlotte Pierce-Baker, PhD Michelle Sullivan Bob Walker Brooke Weinmann EMERITUS DIRECTORS Vivian DuBose Chair Dorothy C. Fuqua Betty Ann Inman Beth Jones David C. Lowance, MD Edward E. Noble Charles B. West Allison F. Williams Blanton C. Winship ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS Betts Love Chair Betsy Akers Ron Bachman Dale Belles, PhD Susan Boyd Nancy Bryant Claudia de Mayo Gwynie Dennard Mike Dobbs Sally Dorsey Ceree Eberly Rick Elliott Cindy Ferguson Carol Gellerstedt Betsy Glenn Christopher Glover Danica Griffith Richard Harris Hilton Howell, Jr. Jocelyn Hunter Don Inman Judith James, MD Stan Jones Ann Lally Kelly Loeffler Kim Marks Missy Madden Cynthia J. Moreland Jeff Muir Colleen Nunn Patricia Reid Marcia Robinson Mark Tipton Jeremy Wing Robby Wynne John B. Zellars, Jr. Leigh Pollard Associates President Sarah Goodman Ex-officio/Associates Past President NATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD Charles B. Nemeroff, MD, PhD, Chairman University of Miami Miller School of Medicine W. Edward Craighead, PhD Emory University School of Medicine Dwight L. Evans, MD University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Philip D. Harvey, PhD University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Ned H. Kalin, MD University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Clinton D. Kilts, PhD Psychiatric Research Institute University of Arkansas â€“ Medical Sciences Jeffrey A. Lieberman, MD Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons John W. Newcomer, MD University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Mark Rosenberg, MD The Task Force for Global Health Alan F. Schatzberg, MD Stanford University School of Medicine Douglas M. 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