Find Therapists and Counsellors in Mississauga, ON

Find a Therapist in Mississauga, ON

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About Mississauga

Mississauga is a city in the province of Ontario, Canada. It is the third largest city in Ontario and the sixth largest city in Canada. Mississauga was founded in 1974.

Mississauga has a population of 722,000 people. Close to 50% of the population is white, and just over 20% has a Southern Indian heritage. The next two major ethnic groups are Chinese and black. The city has 31,000 Chinese speakers and 22,900 Urdu speakers.

Around 60% of residents practice Christianity. The second most common faith is Islam, practiced by 12% of the population. Mississauga has been ranked as the safest city in Canada for nine consecutive years. The city is a major international business hub and is home to 61 Fortune 500 companies.

People in Mississauga earn an average annual wage of $41,300. The average household income is $95,000. Sixty-nine percent of the population is of working age. Around 10% of Mississauga residents have reached the age of retirement (compared to 15% of people nation-wide). 

Mental Health in Mississauga

The city of Mississauga is struggling to provide mental health resources for all its residents. Although some services are available, the rapid growth of the city has put additional strain on those resources. Poverty has also impacted access to care for some residents. Individuals who need intensive treatment may have to cope with long waitlists.

The Mississauga-based Peel Children’s Centre provides services for young people in the area. Walk-in counseling is available for youths who need professional assistance. This service is provided free of charge at three Tangerine Walk-In Counselling Clinics in Mississauga.

References:

  1. About Mississauga. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.mississauga.ca/portal/discover/aboutmississauga
  2. Mississauga 2018 population. (2017, October 20). Retrieved from http://worldpopulationreview.com/world-cities/mississauga-population
  3. Population, demographics & housing. (2017). Retrieved from http://www7.mississauga.ca/documents/business/2017/Population_Demographics_Housing.pdf
  4. Where can you get mental health help in Mississauga? (2016, October 5). Insauga. Retrieved from https://www.insauga.com/where-can-you-get-mental-health-help-in-mississauga