Los Angeles County Child Abuse Prevention Center

Find Los Angeles County California child abuse prevention centers. Child abuse prevention centers are social service offices which provide child protective services to families.


Exchange Club Family Support Center 8320 Iowa Street Downey CA 90241 562-904-9590


Exchange Club Family Support Center 8320 Iowa Street Downey CA 90241 562-904-9590

Los Angeles Community Child Abuse 4529 Angeles Crest Highway La Cañada Flintridge CA 91011 818-790-9448

Los Angeles Community Child Abuse 4529 Angeles Crest Highway La Cañada Flintridge CA 91011 818-790-9448

Los Angeles County Child Abuse Hotline 425 Shatto Place Los Angeles CA 90020 800-272-6699

Los Angeles County Child Abuse Hotline 425 Shatto Place Los Angeles CA 90020 800-272-6699

Prevent Child Abuse California 350 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles CA 90071 213-613-9818

Prevent Child Abuse California 350 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles CA 90071 213-613-9818

The Children's Center of Antelope Valley 45111 Fern Avenue Lancaster CA 93534 661-949-1206

The Children's Center of Antelope Valley 45111 Fern Avenue Lancaster CA 93534 661-949-1206

About Child Abuse Prevention Centers

Who can report suspected child abuse or neglect?

Anyone can report suspected child abuse or neglect. Some states require individuals to report cases of suspected abuse or neglect. Many states have laws identifying certain professions or groups which are required to report suspected child maltreatment to an appropriate agency, such as child protective services, a law enforcement agency, or a state's toll-free child abuse reporting hotline.

Does someone reporting suspected child abuse or neglect need to have proof?

No. Reporters are not required to provide proof of abuse or neglect. Reporters only need to provide the facts and circumstances that lead them to suspect that a child has been abused or neglected.

Are there common signs of child abuse or neglect?

The signs of abuse or neglect vary significantly from one child to the next. Some children may tell someone that they have experienced abuse or neglect. Examples of potential signs of abuse or neglect include sudden changes in behavior, learning problems that cannot be attributed to physical or psychological causes, withdrawn behavior, and unaddressed physical or medical problems.