Find Therapists and Counselors in Madison, WI

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About Madison

Madison is the government seat of Dane County and the capital of Wisconsin. It has a land area of 77 square miles. Madison is the second largest city in the state. The city was incorporated in 1856.

Madison has 255,000 inhabitants. The population grew by 10% between 2010 and 2017. Madison is home to 9,700 military veterans.

The racial composition of Madison is 75% white, 9% Asian, 6% black, and 6% Hispanic. Foreign-born people make up 11% of the population. Sixteen percent of residents have a native language other than English. Roughly 13,600 Spanish speakers, 4,600 Chinese speakers, and 3,600 Hmong speakers live in Madison.

People in Madison earn a mean annual wage of $33,200. The median household income is $56,500. Fifty-six percent of adults age 25 or older have a bachelor’s degree. Nearly 19% of Madison residents live in poverty.

Mental Health in Madison

Mental health is an important issue in Madison. The city is home to the Mendota Mental Health Institute—the first mental health facility in Wisconson. Today, city officials place much focus on youth mental health. At forefront is the Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Hospital, which provides mental health care to youths age 6 to 18. 

According to the hospital, the number of young people who need mental health care has increased by 77% in the last 10 years. However, the hospital has to turn away hundreds of local children who need mental health counseling due to insufficient inpatient beds. UnityPoint Health-Meriter—operator of the Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Hospital—is spending $11 million to help address the local need. 


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