As you consider one of Hillside’s Programs, including Residential, Day Program (Partial Hospitalization), Community In-Home Services, Intensive DBT Outpatient Groups, or Outpatient Services, please contact Admissions at (404) 846-5118 ext 1017.

There are several critical steps in the admissions process. We understand that this can seem overwhelming; however, our experienced Admissions specialists are here to help you along the way. When you contact us, we will ask you several questions to help you make the appropriate decisions for your child and family. Hillside works with numerous funding sources (Private Insurance Plans, Self Pay, Trust Funds, Managed Care, Medicaid and Georgia Department of Education), all of which have different steps to access care. Please let us guide you through the Admissions Process. We’re here to help!

We work with most major insurance companies, who often recognize the excellence of our treatment programming by making Hillside an in-network provider. Our Admissions specialists can help you investigate your benefits, and understand how insurance may help cover the cost of the programming needs for your child.

Hillside’s Admissions Team  


hillside's admissions team

Denisha Benson Admission’s Coordinator: ext 205

hillside admissions team

Meghan Toomey
Admissions Manager: ext 1017

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