Child Support Offices in Alabama

There are 86 Child Support Offices in Alabama, serving a population of 4,850,771 people in an area of 50,633 square miles. There is 1 Child Support Office per 56,404 people, and 1 Child Support Office per 588 square miles.

The state of Alabama is ranked 3rd in Child Support Offices per capita, and 8th in Child Support Offices per square mile.

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Alabama Children & Single-Parent Household Statistics

Find Alabama Children Living in Single-Parent Family Households, Single-Parent Households With Children by Age, Children Living in Single-Parent Households by Housing Ownership, Single-Parent Households With Disabled Children, Relationship of Children to Single-Parent Householder, Single-Parent Household Income, and School Enrollment of Children Living in Single-Parent Households. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2017 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

Alabama Children Living in Single-Parent Family Households
 AlabamaUnited States
Children Living in Households1,099,75173,356,237
Children Living With Male Householder71,9525,683,663
Children Living With Female Householder344,81018,538,840
Alabama Single-Parent Households With Children by Age
 AlabamaUnited States
Children Under Age 6 Living With Male Householder33.7%33.7%
Children Under Age 6 Living With Female Householder31.9%31.0%
Children Age 6 to 11 Living With Male Householder32.0%32.9%
Children Age 6 to 11 Living With Female Householder33.8%33.8%
Children Age 12 to 17 Living With Male Householder34.3%33.4%
Children Age 12 to 17 Living With Female Householder34.3%35.1%
Alabama Children Living in Single-Parent Households by Housing Ownership
 AlabamaUnited States
Children Living in Male Owner-Occupied Housing Units54.9%47.7%
Children Living in Female Owner-Occupied Housing Units34.8%33.0%
Children Living in Male Renter-Occupied Housing Units45.1%52.3%
Children Living in Female Renter-Occupied Housing Units65.2%67.0%
Alabama Single-Parent Households With Disabled Children
 AlabamaUnited States
Children With Disabilities Living With Male Householder5.1%4.2%
Children With Disabilities Living With Female Householder6.2%6.2%
Alabama Relationship of Children to Single-Parent Householder
 AlabamaUnited States
Biological, Step, or Adopted Children Living with Male Householder76.9%80.3%
Biological, Step, or Adopted Children Living with Female Householder79.3%81.7%
Grandchildren Living With Male Householder13.0%8.5%
Grandchildren Living With Female Householder16.1%13.3%
Other Related Children Living With Male Householder6.9%7.4%
Other Related Children Living With Female Householder3.9%3.9%
Foster Child or Other Unrelated Child Living With Male Householder3.1%3.8%
Foster Child or Other Unrelated Child Living With Female Householder0.7%1.1%
Unmarried Partner of Male Householder Present33.4%42.6%
Unmarried Partner of Female Householder Present9.2%16.3%
Alabama Single-Parent Household Income
 AlabamaUnited States
Median Income of Male Householder Households with Children$35,014$41,054
Median Income of Female Householder Households with Children$20,396$26,141
Children Living With Male Householder Receiving Public Assistance38.5%33.5%
Children Living With Female Householder Receiving Public Assistance60.4%53.4%
Children Living With Male Householder Below the Poverty Line29.3%24.7%
Children Living With Female Householder Below the Poverty Line54.8%45.6%
Children Living With Male Householder At or Above the Poverty Line70.7%75.3%
Children Living With Female Householder At or Above the Poverty Line45.2%54.4%
Alabama School Enrollment of Children Living in Single-Parent Households
 AlabamaUnited States
Children Living With Male Householder Enrolled in School52,0284,151,881
Children Living With Female Householder Enrolled in School259,60514,225,555
Children Living With Male Householder Not Enrolled in School7,213551,622
Children Living With Female Householder Not Enrolled in School32,1071,563,013
Children Living With Male Householder Enrolled in Public School92.6%92.7%
Children Living With Female Householder Enrolled in Public School93.1%92.7%
Children Living With Male Householder Enrolled in Private School7.4%7.3%
Children Living With Female Householder Enrolled in Private School6.9%7.3%