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About Pembroke Pines

Pembroke Pines is a city in Broward County, Florida. The city covers an area of 33 square miles. Pembroke Pines is the second most populous city in the county with around 171,000 residents. 

The population of Pembroke Pines increased by 10% between 2010 and 2017. Pembroke Pines is home to over 6,600 veterans. An estimated 89% of Pembroke Pines residents are United States citizens, which is slightly lower than the 93% national average.

The city is 43% Hispanic, 31% white, 19% black, and 5% Asian. Over 36% of people in Pembroke Pines were born in a foreign country, and 49% speak a foreign language at home. There are 58,700 Spanish speakers, 3,600 French Creole speakers, and 1,600 Urdu speakers in Pembroke Pines.

The average annual salary in Pembroke Pines is $28,800. The median household income is $62,700. The homeownership rate is 72%. Nine percent of Pembroke Pines residents live below the poverty line.

Mental Health in Pembroke Pines

Substance abuse is a major issue in Broward County. In 2017, there were 1,642 cases of opioid overdose countywide. Most of these cases (85%) involved the use of heroin. The remaining 15% resulted from the misuse of prescription drugs. Five of the opioid overdoses were fatal.

A lack of health insurance can restrict how much care county residents get. Out of 1,642 people who went to the emergency room for overdose, 940 paid the hospital bills themselves due to a lack of insurance. Roughly 1,230 people received no follow-up treatment after they were discharged from the hospital. 

In Pembroke Pines specifically, roughly 15% of residents do not have health insurance.


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