National Doctors’ Day


At RHP, we remove barriers to therapeutic care. Our clinicians build upon foundations of strength and resiliency found naturally within each veteran. At the core of our work is our belief in veterans’ resilience to recover from trauma. Our clients have the strength within themselves to heal and pave a new path for success.

Our clinical approach blends an investment in evidence-based therapies and treatments. It is our responsibility to deliver these treatments in a context of compassion and caring. Collaborative clinical leadership is what our team prides itself on.

Upon completion of our 2-week IOP, veterans return home with tools to improve family relationships and communication skills. Our clinicians and clients pay it forward. Many of our IOP alumni also refer their battle buddies.

Veterans are the fabric of their communities. Working with veterans has an inherent ripple effect. Those who seek help are more likely to volunteer within their community. By working on themselves, they become less isolated and more open to new possibilities and opportunities.

Looking forward, we strive to also reach those coping with treatment-resistant PTSD. We will continue along the path of destigmatizing mental health with powerful stories of healing. Thank you to our dedicated doctors for showing time and time again that meaningful change is possible in the lives of veterans and their loved ones.

Dr. Brian Klassen
Clinical Director
The Road Home Program: The National Center of Excellence for Veterans and Their Families at Rush

The Road Home Program provides mental health care and wellness to veterans of all eras, service members, and their families at no cost and regardless of discharge status. If you or a loved one needs help, call us at (312) 942-8387 (VETS) or fill out the Get Care form.