Find Therapists and Counselors in Valencia, CA

Find a Therapist in Valencia, CA

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About Valencia

Valencia is a small community in Los Angeles County, California. It has a population of just over 4,000 people. Real estate in Valencia is among the most expensive in the country.

Thirty-percent of Valencia residents are foreign-born. After English, the most common languages are Spanish and Tagalog. The most common ancestries are German, Irish, Italian, and English.

Valencia has a strong economy that steadily attracts new residents. Over 92% of employed residents have white-collar jobs. Twenty-four percent of residents work in management occupations, 12% in sales, and 12% in healthcare. In Valencia, more people work in math and computer-related fields than 95% of the country.

Mental Health in Valencia

Los Angeles County has estimated 58,000 homeless people. Around 30% of these individuals have been diagnosed with mental health concerns. The county has established the SB 82 Mobile Triage Teams to bring care services to homeless residents with mental health needs and encourage them to accept treatment. 

The SB 82 Mobile Triage Teams program is currently funded by Senate Bill 82, also known as the Mental Health Wellness Act. Los Angeles County has 8 mental health teams that reach out to homeless residents and military veterans. However, funding for the program is scheduled to end in the summer of 2018.


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