Find a Therapist near Albuquerque, NM

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About Albuquerque

Albuquerque is the seat of Bernalillo County, New Mexico. The city covers 188 square miles and is located on the Rio Grande. Although Native Americans inhabited the area for thousands of years, Albuquerque was officially founded in 1706 by Don Francisco Cuervo y Valdés. The city was named after the Duke of Alburquerque in Spain. (The first ‘r’ was dropped over time to make the modern spelling.)

Albuquerque is home to 559,000 people. More than 40,400 military veterans live in the city. Ten percent of Albuquerque residents are foreign-born.

The ethnic composition of Albuquerque is 49% Hispanic, 40% white, 4% Native American, 3% black, and 2% Asian. Twenty-nine percent of residents speak a non-English language at home. There are 125,800 Spanish speakers, 4,800 Navajo speakers, and 3,200 Vietnamese speakers in Albuquerque.

People in Albuquerque earn a mean annual wage of $27,300. The median household income is $48,100. Nineteen percent of residents in Albuquerque live below the poverty line.

Mental Health in Albuquerque

Approximately 141,000 adults and 31,000 youths in Bernalillo County are affected by mental health concerns. Roughly 19,000 adults and 2,000 young people have co-occurring mental health and substance use concerns. An estimated 35,000 adults in the county have major depression, while 13,000 adults have received a diagnosis for bipolar.

In 2013, an estimated 98,000 county residents received behavioral health treatment. Yet one government report suggests up to 151,000 individuals in Bernalillo County could benefit from professional care. These numbers suggest around 53,000 residents need care but are not receiving it. 


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