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About Loveland

Loveland is a self-governing city in Larimer County, Colorado. It has an elevation of almost 5000 feet. The city was founded in 1877. It was named after William A. H. Loveland, a 19th-century railroad entrepreneur. 

The city of Loveland has around 77,000 inhabitants. The ethnic composition of the population is 85% white, 11% Hispanic, and 1% Asian. Black people make up less than 1% of the population. 

Ninety-five percent of people in Loveland who are at least 25 years old have graduated from high school. Thirty-five percent of residents in this age-group have also earned a bachelor’s degree. The average annual salary is $30,500. More than 9% of residents live below the poverty line. 

Mental Health in Loveland

Access to mental health care is a concern in the region. Roughly 12% of people in Loveland who are 65 years of age or younger do not have health insurance. People who are having a mental health crisis may be reported to the Loveland police even if they are not engaging in criminal activity. 

To improve this situation, the Loveland Police Department works with behavioral health specialists from SummitStone Health Partners. The behavioral health specialists help de-escalate situations which might otherwise end in arrest. They also connect people with mental health concerns to relevant resources.  


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