The percentages, respectively, of men and women in "the active component of the U.S. Armed Forces," according to a brief overview in the November issue (PDF) of the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center's Medical Surveillance Monthly Report.
The number of "incident diagnoses of anxiety disorders among active component service members" in the years 2000-2012, according to the October issue of the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center's Medical Surveillance Monthly Report. According to the report, the majority of these diagnoses were "non-specific" anxiety disorders "and over 75 percent of service members diagnosed with 'non-specific' anxiety disorders did not have a more specific anxiety disorder diagnosis during subsequent medical encounters."
The number of Veterans who were homeless on a single night in 2012, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Administration's 2012 Point-in-Time Estimates of Homelessness report. According to the report, "Homelessness among veterans has declined by 7.2 percent since 2011 and by 17.2 percent since 2009."
The number of statistical tables in the just-released report from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Behavioral Health United States 2012. This publication, which "includes behavioral health statistics at the national and State levels from 40 different data sources," is a key resource for researchers, grant writers and anyone else who needs statistics concerning:
Behavioral Health of the Population: the mental health status of the U.S. population and prevalence of mental illness;
Behavioral Health Service Utilization: providers and settings for behavioral health services; types of behavioral health services provided; and rates of utilization;