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Tustin is a city in Orange County, California. It was incorporated in 1927. The city has a land area of 11 square miles and a population of 80,400 people.
From 2010 to 2016, the number of residents increased by 7%. The racial composition of the population is 40% Hispanic, 33% white, 21% Asian, and 2% black. Forty percent of residents age 25 or older have earned a bachelor’s degree. Around 2,400 military veterans live in Tustin.
Foreign-born people make up 36% of the population in Tustin. Eighty-two percent of residents are American citizens. Over 55% of residents speak a foreign language at home. Tustin is home to 24,400 Spanish speakers, 3,100 Vietnamese speakers, and 2,600 Chinese speakers.
People in Tustin receive an average annual wage of $32,400. The median household income is $70,800. Forty-eight percent of families own their home. Roughly 14% of Tustin residents live in poverty.
Access to mental health care is a concern in Tustin. Over 16% of residents under age 65 do not have medical insurance.
In 2016, Orange County had received a $3.1 million state grant to establish two crisis centers for mental health treatment. City officials and the Tustin Police Department had supported plans to establish one of the crisis centers in Tustin.
However, the proposal was retracted in 2017 due to public disapproval. Dozens of city residents denounced the facility due to fear it would attract people experiencing homelessness or substance addiction to Tustin. Orange County officials are now looking for another location for the crisis center.