Find Therapists and Counselors in Oklahoma City, OK

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About Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City is the seat of Oklahoma County and the capital city of Oklahoma State. It is located along the North Canadian River and has an elevation of 1,200 feet. Oklahoma City is the largest municipality in the state, covering 606 square miles. The city experiences long, hot summers and cool, short winters.

Oklahoma City has 638,000 inhabitants. An estimated 42,000 residents are military veterans. From 2010 to 2016, the population grew by 10%. Twenty-nine percent of residents over the age of 25 have earned a bachelor’s degree.

The ethnic composition of Oklahoma City is 54% white, 19% Hispanic, 14% black, and 5% Asian. Twelve percent of residents are foreign-born. One out of every five people in the city speaks a foreign language at home. Oklahoma City is home to 83,000 Spanish speakers and 10,100 Vietnamese speakers.

People in Oklahoma City earn a mean annual wage of $27,400. The median household income is $50,100. Almost 18% of Oklahoma City residents live below the poverty line. 

Mental Health in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City leaders in law enforcement, the health department, and the judicial system wish to tackle overcrowding in city jails. They plan to establish a program to assist low-level offenders who may not need to be behind bars. Community health workers will use a shared database to identify inmates in need of mental health care, basic medical care, food, or housing. Health workers will then connect the inmates with those services. 

Each year, Oklahoma City invests $3.5 million to fund social service groups. These programs aim to help people who need job training, health services, or help for domestic violence. The city funds two organizations that provide housing for residents with mental health concerns. 


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