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About Carlsbad

Carlsbad is a city in San Diego County, California. The area was first inhabited by the Luiseño Indians before Spanish settlers arrived in the 18th century. Carlsbad was incorporated in 1952 and has a land area of 38 square miles. The city is home to 114,000 people. 

The population in Carlsbad grew by 8% from 2010 to 2016. There are approximately 42,800 households in Carlsbad. Sixty-three percent of families own their own home.

Roughly 6,500 military veterans live in Carlsbad. Fifteen percent of the Carlsbad residents are foreign-born. The ethnic composition of the population is 74% white, 15% Hispanic, 8% Asian, and 1% black. There are 9,600 Spanish speakers and 1,100 Chinese speakers in the city. 

In Carlsbad, 56% of residents aged 25 years or older have a bachelor’s degree. People in the city earn a mean yearly wage of $49,300. The median household income is $97,100. Almost 8% of residents in Carlsbad live below the poverty line.

Mental Health in Carlsbad

Around 5% of people in San Diego County have serious mental health concerns. Among low-income families, this figure rises to 8%. Many residents are specifically affected by mood issues. In the city of Carlsbad, over 8% of residents do not have medical insurance.

An estimated 64% of inmates in San Diego County have mental health concerns. This is significantly higher than the prevalence rate for federal prisoners (45%). The county has one of the highest recidivism rates in California.


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