News regarding Hillside’s passion for youth and young adult behavioral health appears in a recent article in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the city’s major daily newspaper. Reporter Gracie Bonds Staples explains how Hillside Atlanta Foundation assists patients financially by providing scholarships for continued therapy not covered by health insurance. Hillside CEO and president Emily Acker, lead residential program therapist Christina Fiddes, and former patient Maya McNairy share their thoughts. Read the article here.
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