One in three veterans returning home suffer from the “invisible wounds of war,” including PTSD, traumatic brain injury and related mental health conditions associated with their military service. The Road Home Program: The National Center of Excellence for Veterans and Their Families at Rush connects veterans and their families with the specialized mental health care, peer-to-peer outreach, counseling and resources they need to transition from military to civilian life — regardless of their ability to pay.
The program develops world-class treatments and programming through its participation in the Warrior Care Network® — a first-of-its-kind partnership between Wounded Warrior Project® and four academic medical centers in the U.S. Since opening in 2014, the Road Home Program has served more than 2,800 veterans and their loved ones, from Chicago and around the country, with mental health services. Your support of the Road Home Program makes a life-changing difference for those who have served our country.