Find Therapists and Counselors in Parsippany, NJ

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About Parsippany

Parsippany (officially known as Parsippany-Troy Hills) is a township in Morris County, New Jersey. It encompasses a land area of approximately 24 square miles. The township was incorporated in 1928.

Over 53,000 people live in the township of Parsippany. Around 37% of residents were born in a foreign country, and 44% speak a foreign language at home. The racial composition of Parsippany is 52% white, 32% Asian, 9% Hispanic or Latino, and 4% black.

Roughly 2,000 veterans live in the township of Parsippany. Fifty-four percent of residents age 25 and older have a bachelor’s degree. Around 4% of residents have a physical or mental disability that affects their daily lives.

The median household income in Parsippany is $90,600. The homeownership rate is 63%, and the median value of owner-occupied homes is $416,800. Parsippany was ranked #5 on Money Magazine’s 2016 list of best places to live in America.

Mental Health in Parsippany

Drug use is a major concern in Morris County. In 2016, there were approximately 2,900 admissions for substance abuse treatment across the county. Heroin was the primary drug abused in 43% of cases (1,254). Alcohol was the second most common drug, causing roughly one third of admissions (981).

Access to mental health and substance abuse treatment is an issue for many communities in Morris County. In Parsippany, for example, 9% of residents do not have medical insurance.

References:

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  3. QuickFacts: Parsippany-Troy Hills township, Morris County, New Jersey. (n.d.). United States Census Bureau. Retrieved from
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  5. Substance abuse overview 2016: Morris County. (2017). Retrieved from https://www.nj.gov/humanservices/dmhas/publications/statistical/Substance%20Abuse%20Overview/2016/Mor.pdf