Child Abuse Prevention Centers in Washington

There are 7 Child Abuse Prevention Centers in Washington, serving a population of 7,169,967 people in an area of 66,439 square miles. There is 1 Child Abuse Prevention Center per 1,024,281 people, and 1 Child Abuse Prevention Center per 9,491 square miles.

The state of Washington is ranked 19th in Child Abuse Prevention Centers per capita, and 24th in Child Abuse Prevention Centers per square mile.

List of WA Child Abuse Prevention Centers

Find Washington child abuse prevention centers.

King Central Native Child Abuse & Neglect 4045 Delridge Way Southwest Seattle, WA

Mary Bridge Safe and Sound Building 1112 South 5th Street Tacoma, WA

Spokane Child Abuse Neglect and Prevention Center 707 North Cedar Street Spokane, WA

Walla Walla Child Abuse & Neglect / Protect 206 West Poplar Street Walla Walla, WA

Washington Council for Prevention of Child Abuse & Neglect 318 1st Avenue South Seattle, WA

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services 605 1st Avenue Seattle, WA

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services 1313 North Atlantic Street Spokane, WA

Washington Children & Family Demographic Statistics

Find Washington 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, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

Washington Child Population by Age
 WashingtonUnited States
Total Children1,632,87573,553,240
Under Age 3265,16311,663,840
Age 3 to 4187,5458,159,384
Age 591,1143,916,513
Age 6 to 8280,27312,222,624
Age 9 to 11272,68012,511,292
Age 12 to 14264,87412,421,776
Age 15 to 17268,39712,449,235
Living In Group Quarters2,829208,576
Washington Family Characteristics of Households with Children
 WashingtonUnited States
Children Living in Households1,629,14473,309,412
Children Living in Married-Couple Households1,164,99948,705,923
Children Living With Male Householder129,3915,720,161
Children Living With Female Householder323,11318,380,491
Unmarried Partner of Householder Present8.3%7.9%
Washington Relationship of Child to Householder
 WashingtonUnited States
Own Child (Biological, Step, or Adopted)90.1%88.0%
Grandchild6.0%7.9%
Other Relatives2.0%2.4%
Foster Child or Other Unrelated Child1.9%1.7%