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About Brookline

Brookline is a town in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. It covers 7 square miles. Residents first called the town Muddy River before changing the name to Brookline. The town was incorporated in 1705.

Brookline has 59,000 inhabitants. Eighty-six percent of people in the town are American citizens (compared to 93% of people nationwide). Roughly 1,200 military veterans live in the town.

The racial composition of Brookline is 72% white, 16% Asian, 6% Hispanic, and 3% black. Foreign-born people account for 26% of the population. Thirty-one percent of residents have a native language that is not English. Brookline is home to 4,000 Chinese speakers, 2,800 Spanish speakers, and 2,300 Russian speakers.

People in Brookline take home a mean annual salary of $61,500. The median household income is $102,200. Eighty-two percent of adults age 25 or older have a bachelor’s degree. Over 12% of Brookline residents live in poverty.

Mental Health in Brookline

The Brookline Center for Community Mental Health offers a range of mental health services for residents. The center offers counseling for individuals, couples, and groups. It also offers family services and school-based support. The Brookline Center addresses unmet needs in the community and provides a safety net of support for residents. 

The Brookline Center for Community Mental Health provides services to help build a stronger, healthier community. The center has around 100 clinicians on staff. People in Brookline may receive care regardless of the severity of their issues or their financial circumstances. 


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