505th Command and Control Wing offers advice for isolation

Described as a “marathon of unknown distance,” COVID-19 has driven many aboard U.S. Air Force Hurlburt Field into their home isolation and telework.

With that isolations, concerns for those dealing with mental health concerns, addiction and domestic violence have been elevated. Then July 24, Hurlburt went on lockdown following a domestic dispute that left one man dead and an airman hospitalized.

Last week, the 505th Command and Control Wing hosted a Facebook Live Town Hall on Mental Health featuring a five-person expert panel answering questions from the community.

Read the full article in the Aug. 6 issue of the Navarre Press.

 

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