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About Fresno

Fresno is the government seat of Fresno County, California. It is located in the San Joaquin Valley and covers 112 square miles. The area was settled in 1872. The city of Fresno was incorporated in 1885.

Fresno has a population of 527,000 people. The population increased by 6% from 2010 to 2017. Among residents over 25 years old, 75% have a high school degree, and 21% have a bachelor’s degree.

The racial composition of Fresno is 49% Hispanic, 27% white, 14% Asian, and 7% black. Twenty-one percent of people in Fresno were born in a foreign country. Nearly 43% of residents have a native language that is not English. Fresno is home to 135,000 Spanish speakers and 18,700 Hmong speakers.

People in Fresno earn a mean annual wage of $20,100. The median household income is $41,800. The homeownership rate is 47%. Thirty percent of residents live in poverty.

Mental Health in Fresno

People who work for the city of Fresno have a variety of mental health benefits. The employee assistance program (EAP) helps city employees and their family members overcome issues that may impact their behavioral health or quality of life. The program offers three free confidential counseling sessions every six months. Concerns that may be addressed in therapy include relationship challenges, depression, stress, substance abuse, and grief.

Some people in Fresno are not able to access adequate mental health care. Fifteen percent of Fresno residents do not have medical insurance.

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