Excerpt from 2/21/2021 News post:

The pandemic has afflicted certain groups — students of all ages, people who lost jobs, essential workers — with adverse psychological effects, some mental health professionals say. And military veterans have been there as well. The VA’s mental health unit at The Villages’ outpatient clinic was seeing 200 vets a week as the pandemic reached its worst, according to the North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System, a Gainesville-based unit of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. That care was delivered virtually. But some local veterans’ advocates say virtual care is often unsuitable for many of the psychological issues affecting former military personnel.

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