Find Therapists and Counselors in Calabasas, CA

Find a Therapist in Calabasas, CA

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About Calabasas

Calabasas is a city in Los Angeles County, California. It has an average elevation of 800 feet and covers 13 square miles. Calabasas was incorporated in 1991. The city has an annual pumpkin festival in October.

Calabasas has 24,200 inhabitants. The ethnic composition of the population is 76% white, 10% Asian, 7% Hispanic, and 2% black. Foreign-born residents make up 25% of the population in Calabasas. Roughly 27% of residents speak a language other than English at home.

Calabasas is home to 8,800 households. The median value of a house in the area is $927,000, over twice the state average. Sixty-nine percent of families own their home.

People in Calabasas earn a mean annual wage of $60,000. The median household income is $111,100. Sixty-four percent of adults over the age of 25 have a bachelor’s degree. Seven percent of Calabasas residents live in poverty. 

Mental Health in Calabasas

Opioid addiction is an issue in Los Angeles County. The county’s opioid use rate is 18%. However, Los Angeles County has not experienced the same devastating impact as other areas in the country. Of California’s 58 counties, only 8 have fewer opioid overdoses than Los Angeles County. 

Health officials believe the county’s cultural diversity may be helping curb the opioid epidemic. Gary Tsai, LA County Medical Director and Science Officer of Substance Abuse Prevention and Control, says, “Studies have consistently demonstrated that certain cultural minority groups, in particular, Latinos and Asians, simply don’t reach for prescriptions medications the same way that other cultural groups do.” In many cases, opioid addiction begins when people seek medication for chronic pain. 

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  4. LA County substance abuse medical director says diversity is strength in the fight against the opioid epidemic. (2018, January 3). Addiction Now. Retrieved from https://www.drugaddictionnow.com/2018/01/03/47002 
  5. QuickFacts: Calabasas city, California. (n.d.). United States Census Bureau. Retrieved from https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/fact/table/calabasascitycalifornia/LFE041216