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About Mill Valley

Mill Valley is a city in Marin County, California. The city was incorporated in 1900. Mill Valley covers 5 square miles and has a population of 14,400 people.

The ethnic composition of Mill Valley is 85% white, 7% Hispanic, and 3% Asian. Foreign-born people make up 12% of the population. The most common birthplaces of foreign-born individuals are Guatemala, Mexico, and Canada. Fourteen percent of residents speak a foreign language at home. The most common foreign languages are Spanish, French, and German.

The residents of Mill Valley tend to be well educated. Ninety-eight percent of adults over age 25 have graduated from high school. Around 78% of this age group have earned a bachelor’s degree. An estimated 40% of residents have a graduate or professional degree.

The median household income in Mill Valley is $149,300. Sixty-nine percent of families own their home. The median property value is $1.16 million, nearly six times larger than the national average.

Mental Health in Mill Valley

Marin County supports the Stepping Up Initiative. The initiative aims to decrease the number of people with mental health issues in jail. The county also established a Support and Treatment After Release court to help residents who qualify. However, officials believe more investment needs to be made in early diagnosis and treatment.

One such measure may be youth counseling. In Marin County, three local high schools provide School Wellness Centers. These centers offer counseling services to students with mental health concerns. All counseling is done onsite.


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