ProgressNotes Winter 2019

Doctor speaking to patient

The Road Home Program recently received a $45 million grant from the Wounded Warrior Project to expand services for military veterans and a Davies Award of Excellence for innovations in technology. Read More

Doctor pointing at board teaching patients

AARTS uses innovative research, multidisciplinary clinical services and community outreach to treat autism spectrum disorder across the lifespan. Read More

Doctor standing in the hospital hallway

Rush is partnering with local community groups to reimagine ways to deliver mental health services to Chicago’s West Side. Read More

Group photo of addiction specialist physicians

Rush clinicians, researchers and faculty take on addiction from multiple angles, embracing a non-stigmatizing, person-based approach to prevention, screening and intervention. Read More

Doctor educating older adult

Led by Rush, CATCH-ON is working to meet the needs of a growing older adult population by providing training and assessments for qualified health centers. Read More

Here at Rush University Medical Center, members of our Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences are committed to addressing mental health issues that affect so many individuals, and their families, friends and communities. We are developing innovative interventions to recognize, treat and prevent deleterious mental disorders and improve the lives that are affected. Our goal with Progress Notes, is to feature some of our latest work coming out of the department and highlight our departments extraordionary efforts and achievements. 

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