Find a Therapist near Hurst, TX

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About Hurst

Hurst is a city in Tarrant County, Texas. It was named after William Letchworth Hurst in 1909 and incorporated in 1952. The city has an area of 10 square miles. 

There are 39,000 people living in Hurst. Among residents age 25 and older, 86% have graduated high school, and 27% have earned a bachelor’s degree.  Roughly 2,400 veterans live in the city.

The racial composition of Hurst is 67% white, 24% Hispanic, 5% black, and 2% Asian. Thirteen percent of residents are foreign-born. Around 21% of residents speak a language other than English at home. Hurst is home to 5,500 Spanish speakers.

People in Hurst earn an average annual salary of $29,800. The median household income is $55,800. Of the 14,500 households in Hurst, 64% own the home in which they live. Nearly 12% of Hurst residents live below the poverty line.

Mental Health in Hurst

The police department in Hurst has partnered with two neighboring police departments to create the Hurst, Euless, and Bedford Community Mental Health Monitoring Model (HEB Model). The primary goal of the model is to minimize the reinstitutionalization of people with mental health concerns. As part of this effort, individuals arrested for minor offenses may be diverted to a hospital for treatment if they are experiencing mental health issues.

Under the HEB model, community members with mental health conditions are monitored by a mental health professional and a police officer who has received advanced training in mental health and crisis intervention. The HEB Model aims to provide mental health training for all officers employed by the three police departments. The training is designed to improve each officer’s ability to identify and interact effectively with people who are experiencing mental health challenges. 


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