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About Orange

Orange is a city in Orange County, California. It was founded as Richland by lawyers Andrew Glassell and Alfred Chapman in 1869. In 1875, the city was renamed Orange for its orange groves. Orange served as a citrus-packing center for many years before expanding its economy.

Orange has 140,500 inhabitants. The median age is 35 years old. The ethnic composition of the city is 46% white, 39% Hispanic, 11% Asian, and 1% black. 

An estimated 87% of people in Orange are American citizens (compared to 93% of people nationwide). Foreign-born people make up 24% of the population. Forty-one percent of residents speak a foreign language at home. Around 36,600 Spanish speakers, 3,400 Vietnamese speakers, and 2,300 Tagalog speakers live in Orange.

People in Orange earn a mean annual wage of $32,000. The median household income is $79,200. The homeownership rate is 57%. Thirteen percent of residents live in poverty.

Mental Health in Orange

Access to mental health care is a concern for some residents in Orange. Fifteen percent of people in the city do not have medical insurance. Homeless individuals are especially likely to lack care.

The city of Orange has a Homeless, Engagement, Assistance & Resource Team (HEART). The team assists homeless residents with mental health concerns. The HEART unit works with other agencies, such as the Veteran’s Administration or Salvation Army, to connect people to treatment resources. They may also reunite homeless individuals with their families.

If a resident is in crisis, they may be taken to a crisis stabilization unit. Here they can receive professional evaluation of any mental health or medication concerns. They can also get a referral to a residential program or outpatient services as needed.


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