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About Wilmington

Wilmington is the government seat of New Hanover County, North Carolina. It is located along the Cape Fear River and is a major port city in the state. Wilmington covers a land area of 51 square miles. 

Wilmington has a population of 119,000 people. The number of residents increased by 12% between 2010 and 2017. Wilmington is home to about 7,300 veterans. Over 96% of residents are American citizens (compared to 93% of people nationwide).

The population of Wilmington is 72% white, 18% black, 6% Hispanic, and 2% Asian. Six percent of people in the city were born in a foreign country. Roughly 9% of residents speak a foreign language at home. 

Residents of Wilmington earn an average yearly salary of $29,500. The median household income is $43,900. The homeownership rate is 45%. Nearly 23% of people in Wilmington live below the poverty line. 

Mental Health in Wilmington

A large percentage of calls to the Wilmington Police Department involve a mental health issue. To effectively handle these situations, around one third of the Wilmington police force has engaged in Crisis Intervention Training (CIT). This one-week training program teaches officers de-escalation techniques and provides them with information on topics such as suicide, substance abuse, and autism.

The CIT program equips officers with a list of available mental health resources and services. Instead of taking individuals with mental health issues to jail, officers can help them find appropriate mental health treatment in Wilmington. 

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