"In the survey, seven out of every 10 post-9/11 veterans said they were concerned about their mental health because of the social-distancing guidelines. They were significantly more likely than other Americans to report feeling lonely, isolated or to have trouble sleeping."
If this is you, know that you're not alone. Many resources are available to support you in this time. This includes our Cohen Clinics (http://www.cohenveteransnetwork.org/clinics), but also many other veteran services organizations and hotlines (Crisis line: [login to see] , Press 1 for veterans)
Even if you don't need mental health care right now, these findings are an important reminder for us to check in with friends and family who may be feeling isolated. RallyPoint can be a great tool for this - mention friends on posts, send a message - stay engaged.