Nearly a third of adults with disabilities (32.9%) reported experiencing frequent mental distress, which includes stress, depression, and problems with emotions, compared with 7.2% of adults without disabilities. Mental distress is associated with health risk behaviors such as cigarette smoking, insufficient sleep, and physical inactivity. Frequent mental distress is defined as 14 or more mentally unhealthy days in a 30-day period. Targeted interventions and policy changes that ensure adults with disabilities receive mental health screening, health care, and support services could help reduce mental distress. This new report can be found here, in CDC’s latest MMWR report.