Child, Youth, and Family Services in Washington

There are 9 Child, Youth, and Family Services in Washington, serving a population of 7,169,967 people in an area of 66,439 square miles. There is 1 Child, Youth, and Family Services per 796,663 people, and 1 Child, Youth, and Family Services per 7,382 square miles.

The state of Washington is ranked 37th in Child, Youth, and Family Services per capita, and 30th in Child, Youth, and Family Services per square mile.

List of WA Child, Youth, and Family Services

Find Washington child, youth, and family services.

East Central Youth Center 500 South Stone Street Spokane, WA

East Washington Foster Parents Association 525 5th Street Clarkston, WA

Enumclaw City Youth Center 1356 Cole Street Enumclaw, WA

King County Youth Service Department Probation 13680 Northeast 16th Street Bellevue, WA

Northeast Youth Center 3004 East Queen Avenue Spokane, WA

Richland Division of Children & Family Services 1661 Fowler Street Richland, WA

Spokane Chase Youth Commission 808 West Spokane Falls Boulevard Spokane, WA

Washington State Department of Social & Health Services 1700 East Cherry Street Seattle, WA

Whatcom County Commission On Children & Youth 1231 North Garden Street Bellingham, WA

Washington Children & Family Living Arrangement Statistics

Find Washington Child Population by Age, Family Characteristics of Households with Children, Relationship of Child to Householder, Income of Households With Children, and School Enrollment of Children (Age 3 to 17). Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

Washington Child Population by Age
 WashingtonUnited States
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
Washington Family Characteristics of Households with Children
 WashingtonUnited States
Children Living in Households1,629,14473,309,412
Children Living in Owner-Occupied Housing Units61.6%60.5%
Children Living in Renter-Occupied Housing Units38.4%39.5%
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%
Other Relatives2.0%2.4%
Foster Child or Other Unrelated Child1.9%1.7%
Washington Income of Households With Children
 WashingtonUnited States
Median Income of Households with Children$80,944$71,048
Children Living in Households Receiving Public Assistance23.7%26.3%
Children Living in Households Below the Poverty Line14.6%19.5%
Children Living in Households At or Above the Poverty Line85.4%80.5%
Washington School Enrollment of Children (Age 3 to 17)
 WashingtonUnited States
Children Not Enrolled in School (Total)148,4595,895,400
Children Enrolled in Public School86.5%86.9%
Children Enrolled in Private School13.5%13.1%