ACTIVE DUTY CARE
The Road Home Program is located in Chicago but available to service members, reservists, members of the National Guard and veterans across the country. We specialize in a two-week treatment called the Intensive Outpatient Program that is available to the military community at no cost.
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM
The Intensive Outpatient Program condenses 6 months of therapy into 2 weeks to give you the tools you need to manage your mental wellness and contribute to the operational readiness of your unit. We offer two separate tracks of treatment in the IOP — military sexual trauma and combat and traumatic event trauma. Both tracks are mixed-gender and open to veterans and service members.
Frequently asked questions about the Intensive Outpatient Program
IOP TREATMENT RESULTS
Two-weeks of PTSD symptom reduction during the Intensive Outpatient Program
After two weeks of treatment, 80% of IOP participants demonstrate a substantial
reduction in symptoms of PTSD and 51% fall below the diagnostic threshold for PTSD.
In surveys taken one year after treatment, IOP graduates confirm significant symptom reductions of PTSD and depression and overall improvement in their quality of life.
99% of IOP graduates recommend the program to fellow service members
At the Road Home Program, we believe that maintaining a healthy, effective and mentally-resilient military unit starts with well-informed leaders and frontline personnel. We offer specialized training programs designed to equip senior leadership with the knowledge and skills to recognize signs of mental health issues, reduce stigma and encourage help-seeking behavior. For more information, contact Will Beiersdorf, Executive Director of the Road Home Program at (312) 942-8387 (VETS) or William_Beiersdorf@rush.edu.