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About Valley Village

Valley Village is a neighborhood in Los Angeles County, California. It is located in the San Fernando Valley region. Valley Village covers 2 square miles. The community was first formed in 1939. 

Valley Village has 26,000 inhabitants. With 11,600 residents per square mile, it has one of the highest population densities in the county. Valley Village is home to 1,400 military veterans (over 7% of the population).

The racial composition of Valley Village is 67% white, 19% Latinx, 6% black, and 4% Asian. The most prevalent ancestries are Russian (7%) and German (7%). Around 29% of people in Valley Village were born outside the United States. The most common foreign places of birth are Mexico (13%) and El Salvador (8%). 

The median age of people in Valley Village is 36 years old. Among residents age 25 or older, 37% have a bachelor’s degree. The median household income is $55,500.

Mental Health in Valley Village

The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (LACDMH) is spearheading a campaign to create better access to mental health services. The LACDMH believes mental health access should be a civil right for all residents. The #WhyWeRise campaign encourages youths age 14-24 to become advocates for systemic change in the current mental health system. 

The campaign started on May 19th with a 10-day youth-oriented cultural exhibition. The exhibition included lectures, art exhibitions, musical performances, panels, and other events related to mental health. Middle and high school students throughout Los Angeles County were invited to interact with and learn from influential people in the field. 

The overall #WhyWeRise campaign will be ongoing throughout 2018.


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