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About Creve Coeur

Creve Coeur is a city in St. Louis County, Missouri. It was incorporated in 1949 and covers a land area of 10 square miles. The name means “broken heart” in French and refers to the shape of the local Creve Coeur Lake.

Creve Coeur is home to 18,700 people. Roughly 69% of adults 25 years and older have earned a bachelor’s degree. The median age in the city is 48 years old. There are 1,200 veterans living in Creve Coeur. 

The racial composition of Creve Coeur is 74% white, 12% Asian, 8% black, and 3% Hispanic. Fifteen percent of people in the city were born outside the United States. Seventeen percent of the residents speak a language other than English at home. The most common foreign languages spoken in Creve Coeur are Chinese and Spanish.

Creve Coeur residents earn an average yearly income of $64,200. The homeownership rate is 71%, and the median value of owner-occupied housing is $359,400. Roughly 5% of the Creve Coeur population lives below the poverty line.

Mental Health in Creve Coeur

Drug addiction is a major health issue in St. Louis County. There are over 20 drug-related deaths for every 100,000 people in the region. Between 2005 and 2014, the county experienced a 163% increase in opioid-related hospitalizations. There has also been a significant increase in the number of babies born with opioid addiction.

St. Louis County has the highest number of opioid-related deaths in the state. In 2017, over 700 people died from opioid-related causes in the county. The seriousness of the problem has prompted the formation of an Opioid Task Force, which is responsible for developing strategies to reduce opioid use. The county also has a Prescription Pill and Drug Disposal Program that allows residents to safely dispose of unwanted medications.


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