Find Therapists and Counselors in Tucson, AZ

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About Tucson

Tucson is the administrative seat of Pima County, Arizona. The city was founded in 1776 and incorporated in 1877. Tucson is located in the Sonoran Desert and covers 236 square miles. Tucson served as the capital of Arizona from 1867 to 1877.

Tucson has a rich cultural heritage with Mexican, Native American, Spanish, and Anglo-American influences. The city is home to the University of Arizona and the Pima Air and Space Museum.

More than 530,000 people live in Tucson. Roughly 15% of all residents are foreign-born. Thirty-four percent of the population speaks a language other than English at home.

Eighty-four percent of Tucson residents who are 25 years of age or older have graduated from high school. Twenty-six percent of residents in this age group have also earned a bachelor’s degree or higher. People in Tucson earn an average yearly wage of $20,900. More than 25% of the city’s residents live below the poverty line.

Mental Health in Tucson

The city of Tucson has established a crisis response center to assist police officers who receive calls about residents with mental health issues. In 2014, the crisis center directed 1,700 callers with mental health concerns to a clinician, case worker, or other mental health professional. More than 90% of calls were resolved over the telephone, allowing police officers to focus on criminal emergencies.

The Tucson Police Department has a special unit that responds to mental health crises, serves court orders on residents with mental health issues, and supervises people with mental health issues who may be a danger to themselves or others. Rather than bringing individuals with mental health concerns to jail or an emergency room, police officers may take them to the crisis center for needed care.


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