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About Maitland

Maitland is a city in Orange County, Florida. It covers 5 square miles. Originally called “Fumecheliga” by the Seminole Indians, it was established as Fort Maitland by the United States Army in 1838. The city is named after captain William Seton Maitland.

Maitland has 17,500 inhabitants. The number of residents grew by 11% between 2010 and 2016. An estimated 96% of people in Maitland are United States citizens. The racial composition of Maitland is 68% white, 14% black, 13% Hispanic, and 3% Asian. 

The average age in Maitland is 40 years old. Among residents over age 25, an estimated 58% have a bachelor’s degree, and 21% have a graduate or professional degree. The unemployment rate is roughly 5%.

People in Maitland take home an average annual salary of $41,500. The median household income is $64,100. Fifty-five percent of families own their home. Around 11% of Maitland residents live in poverty.

Mental Health in Maitland

The Maitland Police Department has a number of officers who have received Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training. The 40-hour course helps police officers to identify and respond effectively to Maitland residents with mental health issues. Officers who participate in the CIT program are also educated on the various mental health services available in the community.

Firefighters in Maitland are also becoming more involved in the city’s mental health. The department has set the goal of having all battalion chiefs and lieutenants complete a mental health awareness class. Accessing mental health care may be a challenge for some people in Maitland. Thirteen percent of residents under age 65 do not have health insurance.


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