Find a Therapist near Frisco, TX

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About Frisco

Frisco is located in northern Texas. An estimated 174,000 people live in the city. The population grew by 40% from 2010 to 2016. Frisco has a land area of 68 square miles. 

Foreign-born people make up 18% of the population in Frisco. The racial composition of the city is 63% white, 14% Asian, 13% Hispanic, and 7% black. Almost one fourth of residents speak a foreign language at home. More than 11,700 Spanish speakers, 1,700 Chinese speakers, 1,600 Hindi speakers, and 1,500 Persian speakers live in Frisco.

The median age of residents is 37 years old. Ninety-seven percent of residents over the age of 25 are high school graduates. Around 64% of adults in this age group have a bachelor’s degree or higher.

People in Frisco receive a mean annual wage of $52,700. The median household income is $124,800. The cost of living in Frisco is lower than the national average. 

Mental Health in Frisco

In 2010, the Frisco Police Department implemented the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program. The program’s objective is to help police officers provide a professional, humane response to Frisco residents who have mental health concerns. Police officers may volunteer to become CIT-certified. The 40-hour program includes lessons on mental health diagnoses, psychopharmacology, and crisis de-escalation skills. 

When the Frisco Police Department receives calls about a resident with mental health issues, the calls are dispatched to a CIT-certified officer. This practice helps ensure that all Frisco residents are treated with care and that police respond appropriately to the situation.


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