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ANNUAL REPORT 2013

For the past 25 years, that path has been a trail. Life-changing journeys Skyland Trail. start with a path.

Journeys that bring about profound life change are at the heart of all we do. In 2014, we will celebrate 25 years of change: changing lives, changing families, and changing futures. Looking back 25 years, I remember opening our doors in May 1989 with just four staff and four clients. Today, nearly 100 compassionate and dedicated professionals help hundreds of adults and their families reconnect with hope and achieve recovery each year. Looking back just one year, our 2012 annual report out“ChAngE is basically growth, changing old patterns lined several record-breaking accomplishments. In 2013, we for new ones. Skyland Trail helped me get a different pushed the bar even higher. perspective, to see a different side of me, and see We served more clients than what was possible.” – Marci, Skyland Trail graduate ever before, from all over the “When I first entered recovery I was apprehensive country and around the world. to change. I didn’t know what change was. now that New comprehensive psychiatric assessment services, certified I am two years out of treatment, I look forward to peer counseling and an alumni every ChAngE that comes to my life. Every change program added exciting new is a step up.” – Mercedes, Skyland Trail graduate depth and possibilities to our “Change means becoming a better you. Coming to Skyland program offerings. Outcomes was a challenge, but I needed to ChAngE – a place to help me data – measuring how our clients’ moods, symptoms and skills become a better me. Skyland helped me rediscover myself. improve as a result of their – Skyland Trail graduate hard work in our evidencebased treatment program – continued to climb. And Skyland Trail was awarded our seventh consecutive Joint Commission accreditation, earning a gold seal of approval from the nation’s top evaluator of healthcare organizations. Looking forward, we are embarking on an exciting period of strategic expansion to meet the changing needs of our clients and community, particularly young adults seeking specialized residential care and individuals with mental illness in need of outpatient primary care services. Your support will be an important part of this effort as we build for the future. During our first few years of operations, raising funds for a start-up mental health organization was a challenge. We are incredibly thankful that today, foundations and individuals better understand the tremendous impact they can have on changing lives and helping families by supporting Skyland Trail. Your continued investments in our treatment services, infrastructure and financial aid program lead directly to improved futures for hundreds of clients and their families and a healthier community for us all. We hope you will join us as we celebrate 25 years of change. You, our generous donors, have helped us thrive. Thank you. We look forward to continuing this journey toward a future full of hope and possibility.

Elizabeth E. Finnerty, MBA, MhA President & CEO

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For the past 25 years, that path has been a trail. Skyland Trail. Journeys that bring about profound life change are at the heart of all we do. In 2014, we will celebrate 25 years of change: changing lives, changing families, and changing futures. Looking back 25 years, I remember opening our doors in May 1989 with just four staff and four clients. Today, nearly 100 compassionate and dedicated professionals help hundreds of adults and their families reconnect with hope and achieve recovery each year. Looking back just one year, our 2012 annual report out“Change is basically growth, changing old patterns lined several record-breaking accomplishments. In 2013, we for new ones. Skyland Trail helped me get a different pushed the bar even higher. perspective, to see a different side of me, and see We served more clients than what was possible.” – Marci, Skyland Trail graduate ever before, from all over the “When I first entered recovery I was apprehensive country and around the world. to change. I didn’t know what change was. Now that New comprehensive psychiatric assessment services, certified I am two years out of treatment, I look forward to peer counseling and an alumni every change that comes to my life. Every change program added exciting new is a step up.” – Mercedes, Skyland Trail graduate depth and possibilities to our “Change means becoming a better you. Coming to Skyland program offerings. Outcomes was a challenge, but I needed to change – a place to help me data – measuring how our clients’ moods, symptoms and skills become a better me. Skyland helped me rediscover myself. improve as a result of their – Skyland Trail graduate hard work in our evidencebased treatment program – continued to climb. And Skyland Trail was awarded our seventh consecutive Joint Commission accreditation, earning a gold seal of approval from the nation’s top evaluator of healthcare organizations. Looking forward, we are embarking on an exciting period of strategic expansion to meet the changing needs of our clients and community, particularly young adults seeking specialized residential care and individuals with mental illness in need of outpatient primary care services. Your support will be an important part of this effort as we build for the future. During our first few years of operations, raising funds for a start-up mental health organization was a challenge. We are incredibly thankful that today, foundations and individuals better understand the tremendous impact they can have on changing lives and helping families by supporting Skyland Trail. Your continued investments in our treatment services, infrastructure and financial aid program lead directly to improved futures for hundreds of clients and their families and a healthier community for us all. We hope you will join us as we celebrate 25 years of change. You, our generous donors, have helped us thrive. Thank you. We look forward to continuing this journey toward a future full of hope and possibility.

Elizabeth E. Finnerty, MBA, MHA

President & CEO

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2013 In Review In 2013, Skyland Trail served more clients than ever before, from all over the country and around the world. We launched exciting new treatment services, advanced our industry-leading outcomes research program, and hosted education events to engage mental health professionals and amplify the conversation about mental health in the community.

Treatment Services Expanded our Comprehensive Psychiatric Diagnostic and Assessment Service,

which was previously only available to our residential or day treatment clients, to a stand-alone outpatient service offered to individuals seeking a detailed and accurate diagnosis and a roadmap for effective treatment. Welcomed Wade Lee – a Skyland Trail graduate – to the treatment team

as a certified peer specialist, a new role that bridges clinical expertise with first-hand experience. Launched an Alumni Program to help Skyland Trail graduates stay connected,

build new relationships, and engage in healthy social activities. Received our seventh consecutive Joint Commission accreditation, earning a

gold seal of approval from the nation’s top evaluator of healthcare organizations. Growth in Clinical Services

24%

Increase in group therapy sessions

27%

Increase in family therapy sessions

23%

Increase in medical histories and physical exams in our primary care clinic

Client Community Diagnoses Confirmed at Admission 36% Major depression

11% Other 23% Bipolar illness

22% Anxiety disorders

8% Psychotic disorders

Gender 51% Male

49% Female

Age at Admission 53% Ages 18-25

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4% Ages 46-55 26% Ages 26-35

11% Ages 36-45

6% Ages 55+


Research Began analyzing longitudinal data as part of our outcomes research program to

determine how our clients sustain recovery up to two years after graduation. Published Research: Chief Medical Officer Ray Kotwicki, MD, MPH, and Philip

Harvey, PhD, director of psychology at the University of Miami, published findings from a three-year, three cohort study of the stability of psychiatric diagnoses in the May/June issue of Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience.

64%

Skyland Trail graduates contacted participated in longitudinal outcomes assessment surveys.

Education Hosted our third annual Dorothy C. Fuqua Lecture Series. Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN chief medical correspondent, moderated a conversation with panelists Dr. Ray Kotwicki, chief medical officer of Skyland Trail; Dr. Alex Crosby, a medical epidemiologist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; and Linea and Cinda Johnson, co-authors of Perfect Chaos. Participated in community roundtable

discussions related to adolescent and young adult suicide and substance abuse prevention.

Serving Clients from Across the Country and Around the World

730

Number of people who attended a Skyland Trail professional education event

53%

Increase in attendance since 2012

Average Length of Stay

(International 1%) National 11% Southeast 28% Georgia 60%

4-6

months

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2013 Treatment Outcomes Skyland Trail is a trailblazer in the area of outcomes research, which is an integral part of our evidence-based treatment model. We assess how our clients improve from admission to discharge, and now, how they sustain recovery up to two years after leaving Skyland Trail. We incorporate that data into our continuous quality improvement approach to build on what’s working and plan for the future. Here are a few highlights from our 2013 Treatment Outcomes.

Recovery Happens Here Most of our clients walk through the door disabled by their mental illness. In addition to affecting their mood or thinking, their illness impairs their ability to care for themselves, interact effectively with others and participate in the community. After completing our treatment program, the majority of our clients have significantly reduced symptoms and an improved quality of life. Although they will have to continue to manage their chronic illness and work toward achieving long-term goals, they have built a foundation for a life worth living. Prior to 2013, we assessed all clients using general scoring instruments of all clients of clients of all regardless of diagnosis experienced a statistically with a primary psychotic clients experienced a significant improvement disorder experienced statistically significant or assigned treatment in their attitude toward a statistically significant improvement in feelings program. In 2013, we 2 improvement in symptoms activities of daily living & of hopelessness added a second layer of psychosis1 overall functioning1 of instruments that are disease-specific. We knew our treatment program was effective overall. We can now demonstrate that of clients of all clients our specific treatment programs for bipolar illness, with substance misuse experienced a statistically major depression, schizophrenia and anxiety are experienced a statistically significant improvement effective. In fact, data from these well-tested and significant improvement in attitudes towards in impulsive or addictive medication adherence3 respected instruments confirm that we do a very good behaviors1 job helping people with all those illnesses recover.

68%

68%

70%

67%

“In the antidepressant trials that have served as the basis of FDA approval, the actual remission rate is 40 percent or less. Thus, if Skyland Trail is producing a remission rate of 60-80 percent, that is a rate that is at least 150 percent and maybe two times the rate of remission in the trials that have resulted in antidepressant approval.” – Ed Craighead, PhD, Emory University School of Medicine

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68%

74%

80%

72%

84%

of clients with schizophrenia experience statistically significant improvement4

of clients with bipolar illness experience statistically significant improvement6

of clients with major depression experience statistically significant improvement5

of clients with anxiety experience statistically significant improvement7


Incidence of positive life events 6 12 18 24 months post-discharge Index 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1 0 -0.1 -0.2 -0.3

Health

Work

School

Love/Marriage

Family/Friends

Personal/Social

Crime/Legal

“Long-term, sustained recovery looks great on graphs. It looks even better in person.” Sustained Recovery Another important milestone in 2013 involves – Chris Cline, MSW, LCSW, vice president for clinical services assessing how clients sustain recovery up to two years after graduating from Skyland Trail. When you look at positive life events after discharge – things like overall health, being employed or in school, having positive relationships, feeling socially connected, and having safe and stable housing – our graduates continue to experience an increase in the number of good things happening in their lives.

Healthy Minds and Bodies Some medications that reduce psychosis and stabilize moods can lead to the development of cardiometabolic syndrome, a constellation of symptoms including high body mass index and elevated cholesterol, triglycerides, blood pressure and glucose levels. An important part of our integrated treatment model is helping our clients adopt healthy lifestyles to prevent the development of cardiometabolic syndrome and strengthen their bodies along with their minds. We collect data on body mass index (BMI) to help us measure our success in this area. In 2013, out of all of patients who were susceptible “These 2013 data provide an important platform to developing cardiometabolic syndrome, 48 percent for growth as we launch an exciting expansion had no change in their BMI and 32 percent had a of our services focused on encouraging lower BMI. So 80 percent of patients did not progress healthy lifestyles and preventing cardiometabolic in the development of cardiometabolic syndrome. syndrome.” – Ray Kotwicki, MD, MPH, chief medical officer

32% Lower BMI

48%

Unchanged BMI

1 Results are significant at the p<.05 significance level. The 32-item Behavior and Symptom Identification Scale (BASIS-32): © Copyright McLean University, Affiliate of Harvard Medical School. 2 Results are statistically significant at the p<.05 significance level. Beck Hopelessness Scale: Beck AT, Weissman A, Lester D, Trexler L. (1074). The measurement of pessimism: The Hopelessness Scale. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 42(6), 861-865. 3 Results are statistically significant at the P<.05 significance level. Medication Attitude Inventory: Hogan TP, Awad AG, & Eastwood R. (1983). A self-report scale predictive of drug compliance in schizophrenics: reliability and discriminative validity. Psychological Medicine, 13, 177-183. 4 Overall JE, Gorham DR. The Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale. Psychological Reports. 1962; 10:799-812. 5 Montgomery, S.A. & Åsberg, M. (1979). A new depression scale designed to be sensitive to change. British Journal of Psychiatry, 134, 382-389. 6 Young RC, Biggs JT, Ziegler VE, Meyer DA: A rating scale for mania: reliability, validity and sensitivity. British Journal of Psychiatry, 133:429-435, 1978. 7 Hamilton M: The assessment of anxiety states by rating. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 32:50-55,1959.

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Community Support Skyland Trail could not do all that it does – nor have expanded services and facilities as we have over the past 25 years – without generous community support. We are grateful to our donors and volunteers for their contributions and, in the sharing of those gifts, for helping us to help so many.

1,650 people attended a fundraising or community event

1.5m

1m

$

$

raised for annual operating support

awarded in scholarships through our Financial Assistance Program

of clients received financial aid scholarships; averaging $10-$20K

“In honor of my brother.”

“For a healthier community.”

“In memory of my mom.”

“To prevent losing another life to suicide.” “To show my friend she’s not alone.”

Everyone gives for a reason. Whatever your reason... thank you.

Why I Give: Jackie Montag “While serving on the Financial Aid Committee, I witnessed the recovery journeys of so many individuals and their families. Each story was unique, but there were common themes. Many had been hospitalized a number of times. A majority emphasized their hopelessness and their belief that there was nowhere for them to go, that nothing would work to help them get better, until they found Skyland Trail. While what we award through financial aid scholarships may seem large, it’s such a small amount to restore a person’s self worth and help them become a contributing member of our society. It’s rewarding to contribute to Skyland Trail as a board member and donor. I can see how what I invest makes a difference in helping people and changing lives.” Read more about why Jackie gives on our blog: skylandtrail.org/blog.

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Spotlight: Skyland Trail Associates The Skyland Trail Associates is an auxiliary group of women who support Skyland Trail through fundraising efforts and special events. Associates also donate their time, skills and interests through volunteer opportunities supporting client activities. In 2013, the Associates: Welcomed 58 new members Raised more than $55,000 to support the purchase of state-of-the-art video conferencing technology Hosted 250 guests at the 2013 Associates Spring Luncheon & Fashion Show (shown far right) Volunteered time and resources to create welcome bags for new clients (shown near right)

Financial aid makes a difference: “Obtaining aid greatly assisted in my recovery process because I was able to fully participate in the program by living in the residences, which I could not have taken part in without financial aid. Taking time away from college was a hard decision, but financial aid made it more comfortable and an easier adjustment for my family and loved ones. The financial burden of treatment and therapy can be another hard thing to bear, but with the support of Skyland Trail’s Financial Aid program, I was able to pay attention to the things that were most important.” – Kimberly B., Skyland Trail alumni

“When I talk to people about estate planning, I encourage them to view it as an opportunity to document what is important to them and to express their wishes. In my own plans, it was important for me to recognize Skyland Trail and a few other nonprofits I have supported with an equal percentage share along with my living relatives. I became involved with Skyland Trail through my mother, who struggled with severe mental illness. It’s a legacy I’m continuing on her behalf.” – John Zellars, Cypress Society Donor

Planned Giving: The Cypress Society Individuals and families who support Skyland Trail through a planned giving commitment become members of The Cypress Society. We extend sincere thanks to the individuals and families who have become members of the Cypress Society to ensure that Skyland Trail continues to meet the needs of future generations through state-of-the-art facilities and innovative, leading-edge treatment programs.

c ha rt e r Members

Sarah Aline Carpenter*

Betty H. Palmer

Elizabeth E. Finnerty

Mary Anne Quin

William H.* and Carol Fox

Margaret and Randolph Thrower*

Douglas E. Jackson

Janet and John Turman

Jane and Clay Jackson

Mark C. West

Dorothy O. Jackson*

Marjorie and Charles* West

Dixie and Duey Kerper

John B. Zellars, Jr.

Dr. Raymond J. Kotwicki

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Donors 2013 ANNUAL DONORS Gifts made throughout the year, including program-specific donations.

Gifts of $50,000 - $100,000 The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta Anonymous Spray Foundation

Gifts of $10,000 - $49,999 Ameriprise Financial Employee Giving Program Mr. Walter Berman The Arnold Foundation The Atlanta Foundation The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta Bernard and Anne Howell Gray Advised Fund Anne Cox Chambers Foundation â&#x20AC;&#x201C; James C. Chambers, Jr. Fund The Wade H. Dennis Charitable Remainder Trust The Marilyn Cox Douglas Foundation Fraser-Parker Foundation H. Foundation Inc. The Luther and Susie Harrison Foundation, Inc. Hugh M. Inman Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Clayton F. Jackson The Lattner Family Foundation The Betts & Dennis Love Family Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Miller The Rich Foundation H. English & Ermine Cater Robinson Foundation, Inc. The Sands Family Charitable Fund Voices of Hope, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Wellons

Gifts of $1,000 - $9,999 Mr. and Mrs. Howell E. Adams, Jr. The Atlanta Christian Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Barge Ms. Susan M. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. T. Richard Bryant, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Buckner Camp-Younts Foundation The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta Harmon Family Charitable Fund Hatfield Family Fund Montag Family Fund Virginia Moore Fund Drs. W. Edward and Linda Craighead The Frances Cross Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Crosta Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Dobbs Mr. and Mrs. Samuel DuBose Ms. Ceree Eberly Ms. Madeline W. Fagan Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson Mrs. Margaret V. Finnerty Ms. Elizabeth E. Finnerty and Mr. David Martin Dr. and Mrs. William H. Fox

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The J.B. Fuqua Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rex Fuqua Mr. and Mrs. George Gaudiosi Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gellerstedt III Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glenn The Lanier-Goodman Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John C. Gordon Ms. Dana H. Halberg and Mr. Laurance D. Pless The Hawkins Foundation The Hills Family Foundation Mrs. James T. Hite III Mr. and Mrs. James W. Howard, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Huff, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Y. Jobe The Tom and Edwina Johnson Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James C. Kennedy Kiwanis Foundation of Atlanta, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Nevin Kreisler Ray M. & Mary Elizabeth Lee Foundation, Inc. Mr. Jeffrey C. Sprecher and Ms. Kelly L. Loeffler The Martha & Wilton Looney Foundation Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David M. Love Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Lowe Dr. and Mrs. Gregory P. Marks Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Chris Morocco Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Muir Norman Foundation, Inc. The Colleen & Sam Nunn Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Olsen Mr. and Mrs. David Park Drs. Charlotte Pierce-Baker and Houston Baker, Jr. The Mark C. Pope III Foundation Mr. and Mrs. David M. Ratcliffe Realan Foundation Patty and Doug Reid Family Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. H. English Robinson Jr. Emily Winship Scott Foundation Shiver Hamilton, LCC Skyland Trail Staff Campaign Mr. Adam Stein Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sullivan SunTrust United Way Campaign Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin O'Dell The Sweetgrass Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Tipton Mr. and Mrs. John P. Turman, Jr. Jane Smith Turner Foundation Mr. George H. Van Dyke Dr. Florence Watts Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Weil Mr. and Mrs. Winston E. Weinmann Wells Fargo Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. West Mrs. Charles B. West Ms. Penny West Weswood Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin T. White The Wiggle Bug Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Allison F. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Wynne

Mr. John B. Zellars, Jr. and Mr. Randy Tibbals Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Zolkowski

Gifts under $1,000 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Adams Ms. Lea Agnew Mrs. William B. Astrop Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Doug Bangert Ms. Maryland T. Barfield Mr. and Mrs. John Barkey Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Barshay Mr. and Mrs. Scott Bazemore Mr. Stephen R. Been Mr. Kevin Bergquist Ms. Elena Moravec and Mr. John Bevalock Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Bolton III Mr. and Mrs. Rhea Bowden Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Bowen Ms. Barbara D. Boynton Mr. Jason Brady Mr. and Mrs. Kingman B. Brown Dr. and Mrs. Zack Browning Mr. Brad Brutocao Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Buck Rev. Paula Buford, Th.D. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin L. Burke Mr. Malcolm Butler California Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carithers, Jr. Mr. Lawrence Castellani Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Childers Ms. Gwendolyn M. Cleghorn Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Cochoy Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cohen Mr. and Mrs. E. Perry Cox Mr. and Mrs. Mike Culbertson Dr. and Mrs. O. Anderson Currie Mrs. Overton A. Currie Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Cushing, Jr. Ms. Margarida I. Dalton Mr. James C. Darden Mr. and Mrs. Seth Davies Ms. Nancy Davis Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. de Mayo Mr. and Mrs. Dallas H. Denny Mr. and Mrs. Ronald O. Determann Ms. Julianne G. Douglass Ms. Maggie Dozier Mr. and Mrs. Charles Driebe Mrs. Frances W. DuBose Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Dunlap III Ms. Lori Movsovitz and Mr. Todd Edlin Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ekkebus Mrs. John O. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Elting Mrs. Marilyn Evans Mr. and Mrs. Reade Fahs Mr. and Mrs. W. Daniel Faulk, Jr. Mr. Danny Feig-Sandoval United Way of Central Indiana, Inc. Mr. Stanley Finnerty Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Franklin Mr. and Mrs. John R. Frazer Mr. and Mrs. Keith Freck Dr. and Mrs. Pedro F. Garcia Mr. Christopher B. Glover


“Why do we support Skyland Trail? Changing lives, improving futures, healing families, breaking down barriers......this is what they do every day, and their work positively impacts the lives of all of us.” – Diana and Mark Tipton

(L) Karen & Richard Parker; (Center) Regina & Steve Hennessy; (R) John Gordon, Betsy Akers, Kelley Loeffler and Steve Sullivan The Shearon and Taylor Glover Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Judson Graves Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Greene Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gregory Mr. Edward W. Gunn The Dot and Lam Hardman Family Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Harrell Mr. David Hart Charles Ross Hatcher Jr, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. James Hatcher Dr. and Mrs. Peter B. H’Doubler, Jr. Mr. Andrew Heaner Heather & Helen Home, LLC Ms. Annette D. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Henry Mrs. Elizabeth W. Henry Gary Henschen, M.D. Ira C. Herbert Family Foundation, Inc. Mr. Buddy Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Highsmith Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Hills Mr. and Mrs. William E. Huger III Mr. John Hwang Mr. and Mrs. Joe Inman Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, Inc. Ms. Randy Jones Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Jones Rev. and Mrs. George C. Kaulbach Mrs. Gayle Kennedy William J. Klopstock, M.D. Ms. Carla Knobloch Mr. and Mrs. Taylor B. Knox Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Korby Schwab Charitable Fund Mr. Richard Mitchell and Ms. Susan Kupferberg Mrs. Lorraine I. Lambert Mr. Hugh Lane, Jr. and Mrs. Anne H. Lane Mr. and Mrs. Billy Laube Mr. and Mrs. Alex Livingston Ms. Martha Logan Ms. Katherine H. Long Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Lucas Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Madden Mr. William Magill Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Mann III MARTA Employees Charity Club Dr. and Mrs. Howard M. Maziar

Mr. and Mrs. James R. McAuliffe Mr. Sam P. McKenzie, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Means Dr. Andrei Manoliu and Mrs. Marie Ann Meimat Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Miller Mr. and Mrs. Gene W. Milner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Mitchell, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Steven C. Moreland Ina & Harry Murphy Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Liam Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Nadal Thomas Neal Foundation, Inc. Network for Good Northside United Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. James R. Nowicki Mr. Andrew Nowicki Mr. and Mrs. R. Wilson Orr III Mr. and Mrs. Michael O’Shaughnessey Ms. Bettie J. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. William S. Peebles IV Mr. and Mrs. David Pendergast Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Planes Mr. and Mrs. O. Miles Pollard III Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pope Mrs. Marcie Pursley Mrs. Mary Anne Quin Ms. Susanne Ratliff Dr. and Mrs. W. Harrison Reeves Ruby Bock and Barry Rhodes J. Mack Robinson Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Mark Rosenberg Mr. John Roth Mr. Bryant Scott Mr. and Mrs. James M. Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Shirley III Ms. Michele Siverson Mrs. Elizabeth Smith Ms. Ronnie Jo Sokol Mr. and Mrs. Chris Spain Ms. Sally Stalker Ms. Lauren Standish Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Sterling, Jr. SunTrust Banks, Inc. Commercial Banking Brian Thomas, M.D. James Stark Thomas, Jr. Revocable Trust Mr. Randolph W. Thrower Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tokash Mr. and Mrs. Tri M. Tran Mr. R. Lamar Wakefield

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Adams Mr. Klay Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Wellborn Mr. and Mrs. Marshall J. Wellborn, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher G. Willett Mr. and Mrs. Brice B. Williams Ms. Katherine Woodruff Williams Ms. Lisa G. Lawler Williams Mr. and Mrs. Milton W. Williams, III Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Williamson Mrs. Kristina L. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Winborne Mr. and Mrs. Blanton C. Winship Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Witherington Mr. and Mrs. Robby Wynne Ms. Julia Wynne Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ziegelbauer Jr. ZWJ Corporation

BENEFITS OF LAUGHTER 2013 Diamond

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

Platinum Anonymous The J.B. Fuqua Foundation, Inc. The St. Regis Atlanta

Gold Mr. and Mrs. Scott Akers, Jr. The Jennifer and Thomas Bell Family Foundation BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina BNY Mellon Wealth Management Mr. and Mrs. John F. Brock The Coca-Cola Company Coca-Cola Enterprises Connolly Family Foundation, Inc. Ernst & Young Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. West Mr. and Mrs. J. Rex Fuqua Georgia Commerce Bank IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) Hugh M. Inman Foundation The Tom and Edwina Johnson Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James C. Kennedy Ms. Kelly L. Loeffler and Mr. Jeffrey C. Sprecher Piedmont Healthcare 9


Timbervest, LLC TriBridge Residential, LLC

Silver AGL Resources, Inc. Atlantic American Corporation BrandBank Mr. and Mrs. Jon Crisler Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Davidson III Mr. and Mrs. Don W. Dennard Emory Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Mr. and Mrs. Mark Feidler Schreeder, Wheeler & Flint Mr. and Mrs. George Gaudiosi Gay & Erskine Love Foundation Goldman, Sachs & Co. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Gordon Hennessy Automobile Companies Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Holder Mr. and Mrs. Clayton F. Jackson KPMG LLP Dr. and Mrs. Nevin Kreisler Mr. and Mrs. John P. Lally Masters Capital Management, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Forrest McClain Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Montag Mueller Water Products Oxford Industries Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Parker Russell Reynolds Associates Mr. and Mrs. John Snodgrass SunTrust Banks, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Coffman Mr. and Mrs. Winston E. Weinmann

Bronze Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Muir Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Noonan

Individual Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Carleton F. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Neal Aronson Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Been Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell V. Brannen Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brewer Ms. Barbara Cleveland and Mr. Stanley S. Jones, Jr. Collins, Cooper, and Carusi Architects Hughes, Good, O’Leary & Ryan, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil D. Conlee Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Dobbs Mr. and Mrs. John R. Donnell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel DuBose Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Dye, Jr. Evergreen Construction Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson Dr. and Mrs. William H. Fox Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Franklin Mr. and Mrs. J. Lewis Glenn Mr. and Mrs. S. Taylor Glover The Lanier-Goodman Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Brad Hammond Mr. and Mrs. George J. Hauptfuhrer Mr. and Mrs. Roderick E. Hennek Ms. Meg R. Heyer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Hills Mr. and Mrs. James W. Howard, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Huger, III Mr. and Mrs. West Johnson Drs. Scott and Deborah Kelly Mr. Carl E. Fowler and Ms. Anita K. Kern Mr. and Mrs. Duane J. Kerper

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Mr. and Mrs. Michael Klump Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lape Ms. Mary Beth Lester Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Love Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Lowe Dr. and Mrs. Gregory P. Marks Mr. and Mrs. John S. Markwalter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Means The Joyce Lanier Milner Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Neville, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Galen Oelkers Mr. and Mrs. David Park Mr. and Mrs. C. Mark Pirrung Mr. and Mrs. James E. Prickett Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pruitt Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ragland Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Reid Mr. and Mrs. H. English Robinson Jr. Ms. Pam R. Rollins Saks Fifth Avenue Mr. Jerome Grilhot and Ms. Louise S. Sams Mr. Jack Sawyer and Dr. Bill Torres Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. William Clyde Shepherd III Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Shirley III The Honorable Wendy Shoob and Mr. Walter Jospin Mr. and Mrs. Jed Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sullivan Dr. Mary Burns and Mr. Eric J. Tanenblatt Mrs. Melanie Turner and Mr. Stan Benecki Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Weeks, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welanetz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Weller, Jr.

Donors Mrs. William B. Astrop Mr. and Mrs. W. Patrick Battle Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carithers, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus A. Cook III Cooper Family Charitable Foundation Dr. and Mrs. David M. DuBose Equifax Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James Hatcher Dr. and Mrs. Peter B. H’Doubler, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Irby Mr. and Mrs. Neil Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Allen P. McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. William A. Parker, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Peebles IV Dr. and Mrs. Randy F. Rizor Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Rogers The Sands Family Charitable Fund Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Schoborg Dr. and Mrs. Ira K. Schwartz Dr. and Mrs. Michael H. Sebastian Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Speed Dr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Blanton C. Winship Ms. Dina E. Woodruff

Who Do You Know Appeal Mr. and Mrs. Scott Akers, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Shaler Alias Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ashley Ms. Abby Batchelor Mrs. Melanie Turner and Mr. Stan Benecki Ms. Susan M. Boyd The Virginia and Charles Brewer Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John F. Brock Mr. and Mrs. R. Dal Burton Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Cannon

Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Correll Drs. W. Edward and Linda Craighead Mr. Clayton Daspit Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Davidson III Mr. Paul Donahue Ms. Kay Douglass Mr. and Mrs. K. Robert Draughon Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Dye, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey L. Faux Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fellows Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Martin Flanagan Mr. and Mrs. William C. Fowler Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Garland The Lanier-Goodman Foundation Mr. David T. Guhde Ms. Meg R. Heyer Mr. C. Frazier Hollis, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Hilton H. Howell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Huber Mr. and Ms. Robert T. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Steve J. Hunter Mr. and Mrs. John S. Inman Mr. and Mrs. West Johnson The Tom and Edwina Johnson Family Foundation Ms. Nadine Kassabian Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kenny Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Kimmet Mr. and Mrs. Michael Klump John B. Lochridge, M.D. Ms. Kelly L. Loeffler and Mr. Jeffrey C. Sprecher Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Masters Mr. and Mrs. Forrest McClain Mr. and Mrs. Cody McClatchey Mr. and Mrs. Prescott C. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Andy Monin Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Montag Mr. and Mrs. Rob Moran Mr. and Mrs. Alexander G. Morehouse Mr. and Mrs. Clay Nalley Mr. John Oetgen and Mr. John Lineweaver Mr. Jerry Perullo Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierson Mr. and Mrs. Carter D. Pope The Mark C. Pope III Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pruitt Mr. Eric M. Robbins Mr. and Mrs. Brian Sadler Mr. Kevin Salwen and Ms. Joan King Mr. and Mrs. David D. Sawyer Paul B. and Mildred Seydel Foundation, Inc. Shaw Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Shinall Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shortridge Mr. and Mrs. John Somerhalder Mr. and Mrs. Alex C. Taylor Mr. William T. Tompkins Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. John M. Varner Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Walsh Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Weeks, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Wellborn Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. West Mr. and Mrs. Keehln Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Wilen Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Woodward Mr. Ray Woody and Ms. Judy Jordan


(L) Kit Bowlin, Britt Amos, Emily Farinholt; (Center) Catherine Love Kraft and Street Nalley; (R) Keith Radford with Bart and Danica Griffith SOUTHERN SHINDIG 2013 Event Sponsors

Atlantic Engineering Group Mr. and Mrs. David Bowlin Catherine Kraft Designs, LLC Drennen Segars, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. West Lee & Associates Printpack, Inc. Sons Automotive Group State Bank & Trust Company Sunbelt Technology Yates Insurance Agency

Donors Mr. Morgan Akers Ms. Truitt Alday Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Barbour Mr. and Mrs. Riddick G. Beebe Ms. Camry Blaising Mr. Russell Bolton Ms. Paige Booker Ms. Susan M. Boyd Mrs. Mallie Bragg Mr. William Brakebill Mr. Taylor Broun Mr. Thomas Bryant Mr. Ryan Cain Ms. Lindsey Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Thomas James Callaway IV Mr. Alex Carr Ms. Marie Louise Corrigan Mr. Thomas Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Alessandro Mr. Jules David Mr. Joe Davis Ms. Natalia P. Dayton Mrs. Katherine Deere Ms. Catherine Donovan Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Dozier Ms. Maggie Dozier Mr. Oliver Drose Mr. Boone Dupree Ms. Ellen Edelman Mr. and Mrs. Blair Farinholt Mr. and Mrs. Hank Farmer Ms. Amanda Fletcher The Honorable Pat Gardner and Mr. Jerry Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Garges Mr. Kyle Gerberding Ms. Rachael Goldstucker Mr. and Mrs. John C. Gordon Ms. Ashley Gravlee Mr. and Mrs. Bart Griffith Mrs. Janie Gunn

Ms. Page Hall Mr. John B. Hardman Mr. Hilliard Hardman Mr. Hil Harper Mr. Zachary Harris Ms. Grace Helmer Ms. Kennedy Hicks Mr. and Mrs. William E. Huger III Mr. and Ms. Robert T. Hughes Ms. Clare Johnson Ms. Jessica Jones Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kelly Mr. C.J. Kelly Mr. John Kenna Dr. and Mrs. Jim Kercher Dr. Dorian Lamis Ms. Katherine H. Long Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Love Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Lowe Ms. Eliza Macdonald Ms. Erin E. Malone Mr. Matthew Marks Ms. Maryanna Marks Ms. Lettie McArthur Dr. Walter McClelland Mr. Preston Cameron McDonald Mr. James McKenzie Mr. Michael McNary Ms. Taylor Miffleton Mr. and Mrs. Gene W. Milner, Jr. Mrs. Lindsay Mullin Ms. Natalie Murphy Mr. Alex Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Philip Park Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Parrish Ms. Sarah Peagler Mr. Burt Peters Dr. Alan Redding Dr. David Redding Ms. Mary Richardson Mr. Michael Roberts Mr. and Mrs. John Rooker Ms. Amy Salloum Ms. Erika Schenk Mr. and Mrs. Chris Schroder Skyland Trail Ms. Kelley Anne Smaha Mr. Graham Smith Mr. Bronson Smith Ms. Lauren Standish Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Tim Sullivan Ms. Alexandra Thomas Ms. Clark Thomason

Mr. Davis Thomason and Mrs. Lynn Thomason Ms. Whitney Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Mark Tipton Ms. Anne Weinmann Mr. Taylor Weitz Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. West Miss Anna Ruth Williams

ASSOCIATES LUNCHEON 2013 Event Sponsors

Georgia Commerce Bank Dermatology Consultants, P.C. Sons Automotive Group VEININNOVATIONS

Table Sponsors & Patrons Mrs. Elizabeth G. Ausband Mrs. Nancy O. Bryant Mrs. Nancy Caswell Mrs. Mary Frances Garrett Mrs. Sarah Goodman Mrs. Helen Gordon Mrs. Danica Griffith Mrs. Elizabeth Hale Hugh M. Inman Foundation Mrs. Suci Jackson Mrs. Betts C. Love Mrs. Melissa H. Lowe Mrs. Kim C. Marks Mrs. Kristy McChesney Mrs. Ashley Miller Mrs. Page A. Morocco Mrs. Karen S. Parker Mrs. Molly Pastor Mrs. Leigh A. Pollard Mrs. Marcia Robinson Mrs. Nina Schwartz Mrs. Nola L. Stull Mrs. Michelle H. Sullivan Mrs. Brooke Weinmann Mrs. Betsy West Ms. Dina E. Woodruff Mrs. Tyler Wynne

Donors Ms. Dottebob Andes Mrs. Robyn R. Barkin Mrs. Corinne Bridgman Ms. Katie R. Bronstein Mrs. Ann D. Brown Mrs. Leigh Builder Mrs. Jan Burleson Ms. Miriam Dent Mrs. Deborah Evans

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(L) Brian Daley, Jeffrey Sprecher, Keven Lake; (Center) Kim Marks, Beth Parks and Mary Delmer; (R) Mark West, Tommy Hills Mrs. Cynthia C. Ferguson Ms. Stacy Geary Mrs. Carol Gellerstedt Mrs. Shearon Glover Mrs. Carol L. Goodman Mrs. Jacqueline Greene Mrs. Shelby Gutenberger Mrs. Ellen Harbin Mrs. Karen Hâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Doubler Mrs. Julia Hill Mrs. Katherine Hill Mrs. Helen Izlar Ms. Lisa Jackson Mrs. Margaret Joiner Mrs. Anne LaMastra Mrs. Elizabeth M. Lauer Ms. Fontaine Lee Mrs. Vaughn Linder Mrs. Mitzi Linginfelter Ms. Kelly L. Loeffler Ms. Yvette Lourie Mrs. Amy Mabon Mrs. Juanita Markwalter Mrs. Rhonda Martin Mrs. Cindy Martin Mrs. Jamie Massey Mrs. Suzanne Masters Mrs. Kim McCollam Mrs. Sally McDaniel Mrs. Caroline McLaughlin Mrs. Kristin Newberry Mrs. Colleen Nunn Ms. Pamela M. Parke Ms. Wendy Petersen Ms. Valerie H. Peterson Mrs. Ginny Plummer Mrs. Lynne Pounders Mrs. Elizabeth W. Quirk Mrs. Kay Rawlings Mrs. Beth Reagan Mrs. Kelly Regal Mrs. Patricia H. Reid Mrs. Doni K. Rhineheart Mrs. Mary Jo Riddle Mrs. Andrea Rollins Ms. Lori Scaramella Mrs. Helen Sherman Mrs. Sara L. Shlesinger Ms. Elizabeth M. Spiegel Mrs. Heidi Springler Ms. Alicia Steele Mrs. Palmer Strickler Mrs. Kathleen Thomas Mrs. Diana Tipton

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Tory Burch, LLC Mrs. Susan Warren Ms. Tiffany Wigbels Mrs. Mimi Woodruff Mrs. Barbara J. Zacks Mrs. Susan Zimmerman

2013 ASSOCIATES MEMBERS Mrs. Elizabeth G. Ausband Mrs. Lisa Bridges Mrs. Nancy O. Bryant Mrs. Melissa H. Buckner Dr. Mary Burns Mrs. Cindy L. Chase Mrs. Wendy L. Conrad Mrs. Rebecca D. Cooledge Ms. Crystal R. Cox Mrs. Donna Davidson Mrs. Katherine M. Denny Mrs. Nan Easterlin Mrs. Pam Elting Ms. Elizabeth E. Finnerty Mrs. Jennifer Foster Mrs. Carol Fox Mrs. Duvall Fuqua Mrs. Mary Frances Garrett Mrs. Nancy Glenn Mrs. Georgina B. Goldsmith Mrs. Carol L. Goodman Mrs. Elizabeth Hale Ms. Meg R. Heyer Mrs. Tish Inman Mrs. Abby Irby Mrs. Kerry Izard Mrs. Andrea L. Jones Mrs. Ellen Jones Mrs. Gayle Kennedy Mrs. Kim Lape Mrs. Valerie M. Love Ms. Erin E. Malone Mrs. Kim C. Marks Mrs. Michele M. Mitchell Mrs. Sonia Mize Mrs. Patricia M. Nalle Mrs. Kim Nalley Mrs. Leigh A. Pollard Mrs. Elizabeth G. Pritchard Mrs. Terri W. Schmidt-Fellner Mrs. Jodi Schoborg Mrs. Sara L. Shlesinger Mrs. Sally G. Smithgall Mrs. Mary Kelly Speed Ms. Elizabeth M. Spiegel Mrs. Nola L. Stull

Mrs. Kathleen Thomas Mrs. Mary Bridget Thurman Mrs. Diana Tipton Mrs. June Tompkins Mrs. Sarah Tripodi Mrs. Caroline M. Tucker Mrs. Janet Turman Mrs. Mary M. Watson Mrs. Kendrick H. Williams Mrs. Barbara J. Zacks

2013 Associate Fund Donations Ms. Cyndae A. Arrendale Mrs. Jennifer Cannon Mrs. Mary Virginia Coffman Mrs. Cathlean H. Coleman The Shearon and Taylor Glover Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Shearon Glover Mrs. Carol L. Goodman Mrs. Mary Katherine Greene Mrs. Robin R. Howell Mrs. Abby Irby David & Jennifer Kahn Family Foundation Mrs. Jennifer Kahn Ms. Cara Isdell Lee Mrs. Julie Landis Mrs. Julie Levine Mrs. Sissel McCarthy Mrs. Doni K. Rhineheart Mrs. Andrea Rollins Mrs. Terri W. Schmidt-Fellner Mrs. Jodi Schoborg Ms. Heather S. Steiner Storey Foundation Mrs. Nan Easterlin Ms. Carrie Taylor Mrs. Kathleen Thomas Mrs. June Tompkins Mrs. Sarah Tripodi Mrs. Betsy West Mrs. Virginia Williams Mrs. Jo Williams Mrs. Kendrick H. Williams

Thank you to Skyland Trail staff and board members for their generosity. 100% of staff and board members contributed to programs and financial aid at Skyland Trail.


Remembering Charles West, 1911-2013

Skyland Trail exists today because of a remarkable man, our visionary founder, Charles B. West, who passed away July 26, 2013, at the age of 92. Mr. West left a brilliant legacy as a business and civic leader, philanthropist, family man, and friend. In the early 1980s, Mr. West learned of a friend’s struggle to find help for his adult daughter diagnosed with schizophrenia and recognized a critical need for mental health treatment in Atlanta. Mr. West recruited a team of innovators and investors to fill the gap by creating a new organization. Skyland Trail opened in 1989 with a model of treatment that was groundbreaking in Atlanta and still new to much of the country – one focused on recovery and hope. Mr. West’s commitment and service to Skyland Trail continued over more than two decades, contributing directly to the growth of our organization and to improved lives for thousands of our clients. We are grateful to his family, who continue to provide leadership and support. We will continue to recognize and celebrate the legacy of Mr. Charles B. West. Gifts in memory of Mr. Charles West Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Adams Ms. Lea Agnew The Arnold Foundation Mrs. William B. Astrop The Atlanta Christian Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Baldwin Ms. Maryland T. Barfield Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Barge Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Barshay Mr. Stephen R. Been Ms. Elena Moravec and Mr. John Bevalock Mr. and Mrs. Rhea Bowden Dr. and Mrs. Zack Browning Mr. Brad Brutocao Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Franklin L. Burke Mr. Malcolm Butler California Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carithers, Jr. Mr. Lawrence Castellani Ms. Gwendolyn M. Cleghorn Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Crosta Mr. and Mrs. Mike Culbertson Mrs. Overton A. Currie Dr. and Mrs. O. Anderson Currie Mr. and Mrs. Dallas H. Denny Mrs. Frances W. DuBose Mr. and Mrs. Samuel DuBose Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ekkebus Mrs. John O. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Elting Mrs. Marilyn Evans Ms. Elizabeth E. Finnerty and Mr. David Martin Mrs. Margaret V. Finnerty Dr. and Mrs. William H. Fox Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Franklin Mr. and Mrs. John R. Frazer

Mr. and Mrs. George Gaudiosi The Shearon and Taylor Glover Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gregory Mr. Edward W. Gunn Mr. David Hart Mr. and Mrs. James Hatcher Charles Ross Hatcher Jr, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Peter B. H’Doubler, Jr. Mr. Andrew Heaner Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Henry Mr. Buddy Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Highsmith Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Hills Mr. John Hwang Hugh M. Inman Foundation Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Jones Mrs. Gayle Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. James C. Kennedy Ms. Carla Knobloch Mr. and Mrs. Taylor B. Knox Mr. Hugh Lane, Jr. Ms. Anne H. Lane The Lanier-Goodman Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Billy Laube Ms. Kelly L. Loeffler and Jeffrey C. Sprecher Ms. Kimberly L. Madler Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Mann III Mr. Sam P. McKenzie, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Means Mr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Olsen

Mr. and Mrs. R. Wilson Orr III Mr. and Mrs. Michael O’Shaughnessey Ms. Bettie J. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. William S. Peebles, IV Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Planes Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pope Mrs. Marcie Pursley Mrs. Mary Anne Quin Ms. Susanne Ratliff Dr. and Mrs. W. Harrison Reeves Mr. and Mrs. H. English Robinson Jr. J. Mack Robinson Foundation H. English & Ermine Cater Robinson Foundation, Inc. Mr. John Roth Mr. Bryant Scott Paul B. and Mildred Seydel Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Shirley III Mrs. Elizabeth Smith Ms. Sally Stalker Mr. Adam Stein SunTrust Banks, Inc. Commercial Banking Mr. and Mrs. Tri M. Tran Mr. R. Lamar Wakefield Ms. Penny West Mr. and Mrs. Allison F. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Brice B. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Blanton C. Winship Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Witherington ZWJ Corporation

“His incredible vision and unwavering commitment benefitted so many people over the years. To all of them...and to me... he will always be a giant.” – Beth Finnerty, president and CEO 13


Mental health does not receive as much attention as other illnesses, yet affects so many Americans. Skyland Trail has proven that recovery is possible with the right diagnosis and treatment program. – Catherine Love Kraft, donor HONOR AND MEMORIAL GIFTS

Mrs. Betty McMullin Mrs. Rebecca Buck

Gifts in Memory Mr. Sam Begner Ruby Bock and Barry Rhodes Mr. Marvin Bowen Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Bowen Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Cochoy Mr. Kenny Bowes Mr. and Mrs. Seth Davies Mr. Ferris Cann Mr. and Mrs. Scott Akers, Jr. Mr. Steven Diaz Shiver Hamilton, LCC Mrs. Ann Epps Ms. Elizabeth E. Finnerty and Mr. David Martin Mr. Mark C. West Ms. Sally Faletti Mr. and Mrs. Doug Bangert Mr. James C. Darden Mr. and Mrs. James R. McAuliffe Mr. Wesley Franklin Shiver Hamilton, LCC

Mr. Pedro J. Garcia Dr. and Mrs. Pedro F. Garcia William J. Klopstock, M.D. Ms. Marzena Holly Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Barshay Ms. Julianne G. Douglass Ms. Elizabeth E. Finnerty and Mr. David Martin Mr. William Magill Dr. Andrei Manoliu and Mrs. Marie Ann Meimat Mr. Andrew Nowicki Mr. and Mrs. James R. Nowicki Mr. Mark C. West Mrs. Louise Howard Ira C. Herbert Family Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Dorothy Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Greene Mr. Duncan E. Kaulbach Rev. and Mrs. George C. Kaulbach Mr. Forrest C. and Mrs. Frances H. Lattner The Lattner Family Foundation Mr. Donald and Mrs. Barbara Lee Anonymous

Mr. Price Davidson Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Davidson III

Mr. Craig Movsovitz Mrs. Marlee Dent Ms. Lori Movsovitz and Mr. Todd Edlin Mr. and Mrs. David Pendergast Mr. Langdon Quin Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Mitchell, Jr.

Mrs. Cindy Ferguson Mrs. Kim McCollam

Mr. H. English Robinson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Turman, Jr.

Ms. Beth Finnerty Mrs. Margaret V. Finnerty Mr. and Mrs. Judson Graves Mrs. Anne LaMastra Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Masters Mr. Eric M. Robbins Mrs. Suzanne Masters

Mr. Norman Weitz Mr. and Mrs. John P. Turman, Jr. Ms. Katherine Calhoun Wellons Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Wellons

Mrs. Lauree Sanders Woods Ms. Rhonda U. Woods

Mrs. Duvall Fuqua Beverly Bremer Silver Shop

Mr. Norman Weitz Mr. and Mrs. John P. Turman, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Rex Fuqua and Family Drs. W. Edward and Linda Craighead

Mr. Jay Wertheimer Mrs. Judy Jordan and Mr. Ray Woody

Mr. J. Rex Fuqua Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Weeks, Jr.

Mrs. Betty Young Mrs. Sarah Goodman Mr. and Mrs. John P. Turman, Jr. Mrs. Andrea Rollins Mr. Jonathan David Zetty Shiver Hamilton, LLC

Gifts in Honor

Mrs. Helen Gordon The Shearon and Taylor Glover Foundation, Inc. Ms. Cara Isdell Lee

Rachel Amos Mr. and Mrs. John Barkey

Mr. John Gordon Ms. Cara Isdell Lee

Mrs. Elizabeth Ausband Mrs. Kay Rawlings Mrs. Heidi Springler

Mrs. Danica Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Shaler Alias Ms. Lori Scaramella

Mr. Thomas Bell Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Correll

Mrs. Elizabeth Hale Mrs. Palmer Strickler

Rev. Carl Berquist Mr. Kevin Bergquist

Dr. and Mrs. Peter B. H’Doubler, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Inman

Mr. Andrew Bleke Mr. and Mrs. Carter D. Pope

Ms. Patti Hollis Mr. C. Frazier Hollis, Jr.

Mrs. Nancy Bryant Mrs. Barbara Zacks Mrs. Vaughn Linder

Mrs. Catherine Humann Callaway Ms. Katherine H. Long Mrs. Julia Wynne Jones

Mrs. Nancy Caswell Mrs. Katherine Hill Mrs. Margaret Joiner Mrs. Mitzi Linginfelter Ms. Pamela M. Parke Mrs. Beth Reagan Mrs. Patty H. Reid Mrs. Helen Sherman Mrs. Kathleen Thomas

Mrs. Beth Inman Mrs. Leigh Builder Mrs. Betty Ann Inman Mrs. Michelle R. Pounders Mrs. Tish Inman Mrs. Michelle R. Pounders

Dr. Eric Chavez Mr. and Mrs. David Pendergast

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton F. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Greene Mr. Doug Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Greene

Ms. Cynthia M. Cosson Ms. Annette D. Henry

Mr. and Mrs. Glen O. Jackson and Family Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Greene

Mrs. Marjorie Maddox Mr. and Mrs. John P. Turman, Jr.

Mrs. Shelley Danser Ms. Madeline W. Fagan

Mr. Glen O. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Scott Bazemore

Ms. Grey Martin Mr. and Mrs. Keith Freck

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Davidson III Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Shinall

Mrs. Suci Jackson Mrs. Julia S. Hill Ms. Yvette Lourie Mrs. Kristin Newberry

Mrs. Vaughn Nixon Player Mrs. Vaughn Linder Dr. Michael (Mike) Luke The Sands Family Charitable Fund Ms. Katherine Woodruff Williams

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Mr. Tom Johnson Mr. and Mrs. William C. Fowler

Mr. John C. Sherrill Mrs. Susie Sherrill

Dr. Ray Kotwicki Dr. and Mrs. Mark Rosenberg Dr. and Mrs. Ira K. Schwartz

Skyland Trail Staff Dr. and Mrs. Howard M. Maziar

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Lally Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Rogers Mrs. Melissa Lowe Mrs. Caroline McLaughlin Mrs. Kristy McChesney Mrs. Julia S. Hill Mrs. Kristin Newberry Mrs. Ashley Miller Ms. Cara Isdell Lee Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. R. Dal Burton Mrs. Jackie Montag The Dot and Lam Hardman Family Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Page Morocco Ms. Dottebob Andes Mrs. Jacqueline C. Greene Mrs. Helen Izlar Mrs. Kelly Regal Mrs. Kim Nalley Ms. Katie R. Bronstein Mrs. Jamie Massey Ms. Tiffany Wigbels Mrs. Colleen Nunn Ms. Randy Jones Mrs. Cynthia Odom Mrs. Rebecca Buck Mr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Olsen Mr. Mark M. Wynne Dr. Anna Paré Ms. Miriam Dent Mrs. Sara L. Shlesinger Mrs. Karen Parker Mrs. Lib Quirk Mrs. Andrea Rollins Mrs. Susan Warren

ENDOWMENT GIFTS

Mrs. Nola Stull Mrs. Juanita Markwalter

Allison F. Williams Financial Aid Fund Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Cofer, Jr. Overton & Lavona Currie Foundation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Spetnagel Family Charitable Fund Jack and Anne Glenn Charitable Foundation

Mrs. Michelle Sullivan Ms. Kelly L. Loeffler

FINANCIAL AID FUNDS

Mrs. Diana Tipton Mrs. Jan Burleson Mrs. Deborah J. Evans Ms. Stacy Geary Mrs. Amy Mabon Mrs. Cindy Martin Mrs. Doni King Rhineheart Ms. Wendy Petersen Mr. John Turman Mr. and Mrs. James Ernie Prickett VEININNOVATIONS Ms. Alicia Steele Mrs. Brooke Weinmann Mrs. Elizabeth M. Lauer Ms. Fontaine Lee Mrs. Sally McDaniel Mrs. Colleen Nunn Ms. Valerie H. Peterson Mrs. Ginny Plummer Mrs. Charles B. West Ms. Bettie J. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. West Ms. Bettie J. Patterson Mr. Mark C. West Mr. and Mrs. George Gaudiosi Mr. and Mrs. William S. Peebles IV Mr. and Mrs. H. English Robinson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ziegelbauer Jr. Mrs. Betsy West Mrs. Robyn R. Barkin Mrs. Karen H’Doubler Mr. Allison Williams Mrs. Elizabeth W. Henry Mrs. Lorraine I. Lambert

Mrs. Leigh Pollard Beverly Bremer Silver Shop

Ms. Dina E. Woodruff Ms. Lisa Jackson

Mrs. Nina Schwartz Mrs. Vaughn Linder Mrs. Palmer Strickler Mrs. Susan R. Zimmerman

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Wynne Mr. Mark M. Wynne

Julia Zellars Financial Aid Fund Hugh M. Inman Foundation

GIFTS IN KIND CaJa Popcorn The Sean Costello Memorial Fund for Bipolar Research Ms. Janet Cullinan Mrs. Shelley Danser Dermatology Consultants, P.C. Mr. Allan Goldman Henri’s Bakery Ms. Amy Hunkler LAZ Parking/Georgia, LLC Mae’s Bakery Mr. and Mrs. Jason B. McDaniel Mr. Thomas McLean Mr. and Mrs. Mark Metcalf Moe’s Southwest Grill Onward Reserve Patagonia Laura Pearce, Ltd. Pie Shop Piece of Cake, Inc. Publix Rhodes Bakery SAGE Dining Services, Inc. Sherlock’s Wine Merchant Smallcakes A Cupcakery Soiree Catering & Events Sophie’s Uptown St. Regis Atlanta Ms. Linda Tharpe Uber Atlanta United Distributors, Inc. Whole Foods Mr. and Mrs. Robby Wynne Donor listings include those received through December 31, 2013, and every effort has been made to ensure accuracy. To report an error, please contact the Development Office at 678-686-5913.

(L) Suzanne Masters and Dana Halberg; (Center) Jackie Montag, Sarah Kennedy, Kathy Kelly, Laura Hardman; (R) Kristin McDonald, Bill Tompkins and Cheli Brown (The Coca-Cola Company)

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Financial Highlights Revenue

Revenue 75% Program Revenues 10% Financial Aid Contributions 3% Restricted 12% Unrestricted

Breakdown of Program Revenue 27% Residential 53% Day Svcs 9% Physician Svcs & Family Therapy 2% Reintegration Coaching 1% LEAP 1% Primary Care 7% Vocational

Sources of Charitable Donations 44% Individuals 39% Foundations 17% Corporate & Business

Expenses

Direct Program Expenses 38% Residential 38% Day Svcs 8% Physician Svcs & Family Therapy 5% Reintegration Coaching 4% LEAP 4% Vocational 3% Primary Care

Distribution of Financial Aid by Program 64% Residential 22% Day Services 11.5% Reintegration Coaching & Transitional Housing 2% LEAP .5% Vocational

Spotlight: Michael Tompkins, Chair, Finance Committee For the past decade, board member Michael Tompkins has patiently and consistently applied his strategic leadership skills – along with his philanthropy – to help us improve our efficiency and advance our mission. As finance committee chair, Michael’s guidance helped us avoid the lay-offs and reductions in services that many nonprofits experienced during the recession. And in 2011, Michael stepped up in a big way to fill the gap while we searched for a new COO. He recently served as chair of our buildings & grounds committee and led efforts to select property for a planned campus expansion. “Michael speaks with authority, but takes time to mentor and coach, enabling others to act and leveraging the talents and contributions of the entire team – both staff and board,” says Beth Finnerty. “Whether attending a fundraiser, participating in negotiations with financial institutions, or leading a strategic board discussion, he always is working – quietly, humbly and with great skill and foresight – to advance our mission to inspire adults living with mental illness to thrive.” Thank you, Michael.

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2013 Volunteer Leadership

BOARD MEMBERS

ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS

NATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD

John C. Gordon

Robby Wynne, Chair

Charles B. Nemeroff, MD, PhD

Betsy Akers Kit Bowlin Susan Boyd Nancy Bryant Gwynie Dennard Mike Dobbs Sally Dorsey Charles Doty Samuel Dunlap III Ceree Eberly Cindy Ferguson Carol Gellerstedt Betsy Glenn Christopher Glover Sarah Goodman Danica Griffith Richard Harris Hilton Howell, Jr. Jocelyn Hunter Stan Jones Ann Lally Valerie Love Missy Madden Kim Marks Cynthia J. Moreland Jeff Muir Colleen Nunn Beth Park Leigh Pollard Patricia Reid Marcia Robinson Mark Tipton Charles Wellborn Jeremy Wing John B. Zellars, Jr.

Chairman University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

Chairman

Richard C. Parker

Chairman, Executive Committee

Michael Tompkins

Treasurer

Marjorie Wynne

Secretary Dick Bryant David Flint J. Rex Fuqua Dana Halberg Thomas D. Hills Jim Howard Billy Huger Don Inman Clay Jackson Amy Rollins Kreisler Kelly Loeffler Betts Love Melissa Lowe Jay Mitchell Jackie Montag Charlotte Pierce-Baker, PhD Mark Rosenberg, MD Michelle Sullivan Bob Walker Brooke Weinmann EMERITUS DIRECTORS Vivian DuBose, Chair

Cecil Conlee Dorothy C. Fuqua Betty Ann Inman Beth Jones David C. Lowance, MD Page Morocco, Associates President Edward E. Noble Leigh Pollard Charles B. West Ex-officio/Associates Past President Mark C. West Allison F. Williams Blanton C. Winship

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 – Medical Sciences Jeffrey A. Lieberman, MD

Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons John W. Newcomer, MD

Florida Atlantic University Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine Mark Rosenberg, MD, MPP

The Task Force for Global Health Alan F. Schatzberg, MD

Stanford University School of Medicine Douglas M. Ziedonis, MD, MPH

University of Massachusetts Medical School

“I am immensely proud of our team at Skyland Trail, as they positively impact the quality of life of our clients and their families. Never before have our services been more needed, and we are working hard to meet the demand. We are so appreciative of our generous donors who enable us to continue to expand our capacity to help those in need. Our measured outcomes demonstrate that recovery is possible and it happens at Skyland Trail. What a wonderful statement to be able to make!” – John C. Gordon, Chair, Board of Directors

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Our Mission Skyland Trail inspires people with mental illness to thrive through a holistic program of evidence-based psychiatric treatment, integrated medical care, research and education.

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