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About Nashville

Nashville is the seat of regional administration for Davidson County and the capital of Tennessee. It is the most populous city in the state, with more than 660,000 inhabitants. Nashville is known for its active music scene, low cost-of-living, and high quality of life. In 2015, Travel + Leisure ranked Nashville as America’s friendliest city.

The economy in Nashville grew by 4% in 2016, making it one of the United States’ fastest growing large metropolitan economies for that year. Residents earn an average yearly salary of $29,400 and pay no income tax. Roughly 18% of people in Nashville live below the poverty line.

Mental Health in Nashville

In 2015, there were 1,831 admissions in Davidson County for substance abuse treatment. Male admissions accounted for 62% of the total. Alcohol (31%), cocaine (19%), opioids (15%), heroin (7%), illicit prescription drugs (4%), and methamphetamines (3%) were the primary substances abused.

The authorities have taken several initiatives to curb drug use in Nashville. One such initiative is the Nashville Drug Market Intervention program. The program uses strategic planning and community mobilization to reduce drug dealing in the city. Eligible offenders are encouraged to take advantage of local resources such as drug treatment, educational classes, and skills training.


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