Directions to Hillside’s Residential Facility

Hillside is a mental health clinic for children and teens in Atlanta, Georgia, and we are located in the southwest corner of Morningside-Lenox Park neighborhood of Atlanta. This historic neighborhood is marked by wide streets lined with mature trees and contains several highly-sought residential areas. Most of the houses in Morningside-Lenox Park are pre-war Four-Square, Craftsman or Tudor style, and the streets in this quaint neighborhood are affectionately named after early settlers of the area.
 
Hillside’s Atlanta campus is also not far from the Atlanta Botanical Garden, a 30-acre attraction of plants, statues, and fountains. The High Museum of Art is proximal to Hillside as well and offers a diverse art collection housed in a stunning example of modern architecture. You’ll find The Fox Theater nearby, too, which features ballet performances of nationally- and internationally-renowned artists.
 
Between The High Museum of Art and The Fox Theater is the Margaret Mitchell House. This house museum is dedicated to the author of “Gone With The Wind” and features some clues to the characters and ideas presented in the novel.
 
Within Morningside-Lenox Park are two nature preserves, Morningside and Daniel Johnson. These preserves are an ideal location for outings or side trips. The campus of Emory University is also in the vicinity of the Hillside campus.
 

How to Get Here

Hillside residential psychiatric treatment facilities are easily accessible from the interstates in the Atlanta area, no matter which direction you are traveling.
 
From I-75/85 Traveling North:map
Exit right onto 10th Street and turn right. Proceed 1.3 miles to dead-end at Monroe Drive and turn left.

For Turner Building, proceed to the second traffic light (1/2 mile), and turn right onto Amsterdam. Go 150 yards to the stop sign and turn left onto Courtenay. Hillside is 100 yards on your left.

For Monroe Building, go past the second traffic light at Amsterdam, down the hill, and look to the right for the Georgia Power substation/Hillside sign. Turn right into the driveway and continue to the two-story brick building at the end of the driveway.

From I-75 Taveling South:
Exit at Techwood/14th/10th and proceed south to 10th street and turn left. Proceed 1.3 miles to the dead-end at Monroe Drive and turn left.

For Turner Building, proceed to the second traffic light (1/2 mile), and turn right onto Amsterdam. Go 150 yards to the stop sign and turn left onto Courtenay. Hillside is 100 yards on your left.

For Monroe Building, go past the second traffic light at Amsterdam, down the hill, and look to the right for the Georgia Power substation/Hillside sign. Turn right into the driveway and continue to the two-story brick building at the end of the driveway.

From I-85 Traveling South:
Take exit 86 (to Peachtree Street) which will bring you onto the Buford Connector. Continue to the Armour Drive/Monroe Drive exit and bear right. At the bottom of the ramp, turn left at the traffic light and then make an immediate right onto Monroe. Travel 1.7 miles on Monroe Drive, crossing Piedmont Rd.

For Turner Building, continue through the sharp curve to the third traffic light and turn left onto Amsterdam. Go 150 yards to the stop sign and turn left onto Courtenay. Hillside is 100 yards on your left.

For Monroe Building, look for the Georgia Power substation/Hillside sign on your left. Turn left into the driveway and continue to the two-story brick building at the end of the driveway.

From I-20:
Take I-75/85 N to the 10th Street exit. Turn right onto 10th Street. Proceed 1.3 miles to the dead-end at Monroe Drive and turn left.

For Turner Building, proceed to the second traffic light (1/2 mile), and turn right onto Amsterdam. Go 150 yards to the stop sign and turn left onto Courtenay. Hillside is 100 yards on your left.

For Monroe Building, go past the second traffic light at Amsterdam, down the hill, and look to the right for the Georgia Power substation/Hillside sign. Turn right into the driveway and continue to the two-story brick building at the end of the driveway.

From Piedmont Road:
Take Monroe Drive south (away from Ansley Mall).

For Turner Building, continue through the sharp curve to the third traffic light and turn left onto Amsterdam. Go 150 yards to the stop sign and turn left onto Courtenay. Hillside is 100 yards on your left.

For Monroe Building, look for the Georgia Power substation/Hillside sign on your left. Turn left into the driveway and continue to the two-story brick building at the end of the driveway.
 

Hillside Outpatient Clinic in Buckhead

Hillside DBT Outpatient Center is located in the Buckhead neighborhood near Vinings. Hillside Outpatient Clinic is about eight miles from the residential treatment facility, heading Northwest. Buckhead is an affluent neighborhood of Atlanta often considered a commercial and financial center of the Southeast.
 
Hillside Outpatient Treatment Center is easily accessible from Interstate 75 and State Route 41. Exit I-75 (Horace E. Tate Freeway) to Route 41 (Northside Parkway), just south of West Paces Ferry Road. Head south on Route 41 to Howell Mill Road NW. You will see an entrance to the parking lot on your left.
 
Our clinic is located on the fifth floor, in suite 570, of the Medici building in the Piazza at Paces property. Parking is available in the Forum parking deck. The Medici building is accessible through the ground floor lobby or directly through the parking garage from the Medici parking area.
 
Hillside’s DBT Clinic in Buckhead is also accessible by bus. The nearest bus stop is just across the street at 3280 Howell Mill Road NW. The number 12 bus serves that stop, and it is an easy walk to Hillside’s outpatient clinic from there.

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