Find a Therapist near Redondo Beach, CA

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About Redondo Beach

Redondo Beach is a city in Los Angeles County, California. It has a land area of six square miles. The city has a population of 67,900 people. An estimated 2,900 military veterans live in the city.

Nineteen percent of the people in Redondo Beach are foreign-born. The ethnic composition of the population is 62% white, 17% Hispanic, 12% Asian, and 3% black. Twenty-four percent of residents speak a foreign language at home. Redondo Beach is home to 6,800 Spanish speakers, 1,300 Japanese speakers, and 1,100 Chinese speakers.

There are 28,000 households in Redondo Beach. The homeownership rate is 50%. The median property value is $775,300. 

People in Redondo Beach earn a mean annual wage of $54,800. The median household income is $103,800. Around 57% of residents over age 25 have earned a bachelor’s degree. Five percent of people in Redondo Beach live in poverty.

Mental Health in Redondo Beach

A tax paid by wealthy California residents has assisted many mental health programs in the state. Proposition 63, also known as the Mental Health Service Act, requires state residents who earn more than $1 million annually to pay a 1% tax to support mental health services in California. Roughly $2 billion is raised each year. Health officials believe Proposition 63 is having a positive impact and allows vulnerable populations to access the care they need.

This funding increased access to mental health care to almost 130,000 people in Los Angeles County. Many individuals who benefited were from poor and/or minority communities. The initiative has also helped reduce incarceration, hospitalization, and homelessness in the county.


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