Tehama is a low performance, low disparity, and less populous county.
In Tehama county, 52 Blacks are incarcerated per 1,000 Black residents while six Whites are incarcerated for every 1,000.
Tehama County Asians can expect to live nearly eight years longer than county Native Americans (82.2 vs. 74.7 years).
Tehama County has a low level of disparity for proximity to environmental hazards; still its Latino residents have one of the highest exposure levels in the state.
Tehama County is among the most disparate in denied mortgage applications due to 5 in 10 Asians with rejected applications when compared to over 1 in 10 for Whites.
Tehama county is one of the least disparate counties based on high school graduation because of high Latino and Native American graduation rates (89.2% v 85.7%).