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About Pleasanton

Pleasanton is a mid-sized city in Alameda County, California. Pleasanton is home to 82,000 people. Around 3,000 residents are military veterans. The number of residents grew by 17% between 2010 and 2016.

Roughly 89% of the people in Pleasanton are United States citizens. The ethnic composition of the population is 56% white, 28% Asian, 10% Hispanic, and 2% black. Twenty-seven percent of Pleasanton residents are foreign-born. More than 32% of people in the city speak a foreign language at home.

Pleasanton is recognized as one of the wealthiest mid-sized cities in America. In 2014, Money Magazine ranked Pleasanton #31 on its list of best places to live. The city ranked #9 on Money’s list of "Top Earning Towns."

People in Pleasanton earn an average annual wage of $55,800. The median household income is $130,200. Sixty-nine percent of families in Pleasanton own their home. Roughly 4% of Pleasanton residents live in poverty.

Mental Health in Pleasanton

The city of Pleasanton has a variety of workshops and programs to assist young people with mental health concerns. One workshop—hosted in 2016 by Amador Valley High School DECA students—educated parents about teen mental health and local resources available for families. The workshop covered issues such as peer pressure, social media, and academic stress.

In September 2017, the Pleasanton Public Library held an information session for local veterans. The VA Mobile Medical Outreach Team helped veterans determine if they were eligible for mental health services. They offered examinations, treatment referrals, and enrollment assistance. 


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