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About Great Neck

Great Neck is a village in the Town of North Hempstead. It is located in Nassau County, New York. Great Neck was settled in the 1640s and incorporated in 1922. Writer F. Scott Fitzgerald used Great Neck and its neighboring towns as the setting for his novel Great Gatsby.

Great Neck has a population of 10,300 people. The population increased by 2% from 2010 to 2017. The median age in the village is 36 years old.

The racial composition of Great Neck is 81% white, 9% Asian, 8% Hispanic, and 1% black. Foreign-born people make up 35% of the population. Over half (53%) speak a language other than English at home. Great Neck has 2,200 Persian speakers and 1,000 Hebrew speakers.

People in Great Neck take home a mean annual salary of $39,100. The median household income is $92,400. The homeownership rate in Great Neck is 76%. Roughly 6% of residents live in poverty.

Mental Health in Great Neck

Elderly residents in Great Neck may benefit from Project Independence in the town of North Hempstead. This program provides mental health treatment (and other services such as nutrition assistance) for aging individuals. Elderly residents can access individual counseling, group counseling, bereavement support, and mental health referrals.

In North Hempstead, town officials recently began offering free Narcan training sessions to all town employees. Narcan is a drug used to reverse the effects of opioid overdose. The training teaches town employees how to identify overdoses and properly administer the Narcan. Trainees also learn about addiction, opioid types, and treatment options. At the end of each training session, participants receive kits containing two doses of Narcan nasal spray along with instructions for their use.


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