Video Visit

Video Visit
Video Visit

Road Home Program’s Video Visit (telemedicine) was originally developed to provide face-to-face video therapy for rural veterans, housebound veterans and veterans with limited mobility. During this prolonged period of isolation, video visits allow you access to our ongoing mental health programs and ensure that we can continue to provide the best and safest care to our veterans, military and family members.

Video visits enable you to talk directly with your care team. You can use any computer, tablet or smartphone. But first you will need to sign up for a My Rush account. Call (312) 942-8387 (VETS) for more information or to set up an appointment.


My Rush
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Frequently Asked Questions About A Video Visit At Road Home


SETTING UP YOUR VIDEO VISIT

Video visits can be conducted on a smartphone, tablet, laptop or any computer that has a camera and microphone installed. Once you have your virtual care plan from your Road Home care team, you will receive an invitation on your My Rush account that includes the day, time and link to your visit. Your care team can assist you with any technical questions.