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About Altamonte Springs

Altamonte Springs is a city in Seminole County, Florida. It was incorporated in 1920 and spans an area of 9 square miles. There are 44,500 people living in Altamonte Springs. 

One in four people living in Altamonte Springs has a native language that is not English. The city has 7,600 Spanish speakers, 300 French Creole speakers, and 100 Korean speakers. Fifteen percent of Altamonte Springs residents were born outside of the United States.

The average yearly income in Altamonte Springs is $28,200. Nearly one third of residents 25 years and older have a bachelor’s degree or higher.  The median value of homes in Altamonte Springs is $136,300. The homeownership rate is 43%.

The population of Altamonte Springs is 55% white, 27% Hispanic, 12% black, and 4% Asian. Over 2,600 veterans live in the city. Thirteen percent of people in Altamonte Springs live below the poverty line.

Mental Health in Altamonte Springs

Opioid addiction is affecting an increasing number of Seminole County residents. In 2016, the opioid antidote Narcan was used 21 times to revive people who had overdosed. In 2017, the antidote had to be used more than 80 times. 

Heroin and fentanyl are two of the more commonly used drugs. In 2016, there were 20 drug-related deaths in the county. Eleven of these involved fentanyl or heroin.

To address the opioid epidemic, Seminole County recently formed a new task force that includes representatives from the health department, education sector, and law enforcement. The county also started a Narcotics Overdose Prevention and Education (NOPE) campaign that educates students about the dangers of drug use. The campaign also targets parents and helps them understand the signs of drug use and how to talk to their children about drugs.


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