Find Therapists and Counselors in Skokie, IL

Find a Therapist in Skokie, IL

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About Skokie

Skokie is a village in Cook County, Illinois. It covers 10 square miles. The name "Skokie" was derived from the Potawatomi word for swamp. The village was incorporated in 1888.

Skokie has a population of 64,000 people. The average age among residents is 43 years old. Less than 88% of people in Skokie are United States citizens (compared to the national average of 93%).

The population in Skokie is 54% white, 26% Asian, 11% Hispanic, and 7% black. Roughly 41% of residents were born in a foreign country. Nearly 53% of residents have a native language that is not English. There are 4,400 Spanish speakers and 3,800 Tagalog speakers in Skokie.

Skokie residents earn an average annual salary of $33,300. The median household income is $68,000. The homeownership rate in Skokie is 72%. An estimated 11% of residents live below the poverty line.

Mental Health in Skokie

Turning Point Behavioral Health Care Center assists Skokie residents experiencing mental health concerns. The center has been helping people in Skokie and the surrounding communities since 1969. It offers outpatient counselling, medication monitoring, and residential care.

Turning Point Behavioral Health Care Center is a not-for-profit organization. Fees are based on a sliding scale so that people with limited finances can still afford care. Roughly 12% of Skokie residents do not have medical insurance.

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