There are 2 Child Abuse Prevention Centers in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, serving a population of 97,373 people in an area of 62 square miles. There is 1 Child Abuse Prevention Center per 48,686 people, and 1 Child Abuse Prevention Center per 30 square miles.
In Alabama, Tuscaloosa is ranked 9th of 776 cities in Child Abuse Prevention Centers per capita, and 8th of 776 cities in Child Abuse Prevention Centers per square mile.
Find Tuscaloosa, Alabama child abuse prevention centers.
Alabama Human Resources Child Abuse 3716 12th Avenue East Tuscaloosa, AL
Child Abuse Prevention Services of Tuscaloosa 618 14th Street Tuscaloosa, AL
Tuscaloosa Child Abuse Prevention is a service or agency that protects children from abuse or neglect and promotes the welfare of children that are vulnerable to abuse or victims of abuse in Tuscaloosa, AL. Child Abuse Prevention may be one component of a Tuscaloosa Child, Youth, and Family Services or similar agency, or it may be established as a stand-alone agency. In addition to government agencies responsible for Child Abuse Prevention, numerous non-profit organizations exist with complementary missions to protect children in Tuscaloosa County from abuse and neglect.You may contact Child Abuse Prevention for questions about:
Find Tuscaloosa Child Population by Age, Family Characteristics of Households with Children, and Relationship of Child to Householder. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2017 ACS 5-Year Estimates.
|Under Age 3||3,390||7,364|
|Age 3 to 4||2,019||4,878|
|Age 6 to 8||2,931||7,408|
|Age 9 to 11||2,778||6,789|
|Age 12 to 14||3,064||7,120|
|Age 15 to 17||2,753||6,926|
|Living In Group Quarters||209||212|
|Children Living in Households||17,862||42,716|
|Children Living in Married-Couple Households||8,878||26,202|
|Children Living With Male Householder||971||2,768|
|Children Living With Female Householder||7,895||13,581|
|Unmarried Partner of Householder Present||3.2%||3.5%|
|Own Child (Biological, Step, or Adopted)||90.4%||88.5%|
|Foster Child or Other Unrelated Child||1.6%||1.4%|