Facts & Figures

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Annual Report and Financial Information

Learn how Children’s Bureau helped 50,000 children and their families in 2019. Read success stories from families whose lives have been changed by their experiences at Children’s Bureau. Proudly, 87% of funding goes directly toward programs and services that provide vulnerable children and their parents with the tools, resources and support they need to thrive and succeed.

**Audited financial statements available upon request by calling 213.342.0100 ext. 1269.

2019 Creating Parenthood Childhood Neighborhood Together
2019 Creating Parenthood Childhood Neighborhood Together
2018 Expression of Care
2018 Expression of Care
2017 Our Momentum Begins with You
2017 Our Momentum Begins with You
2016 What You Do Matters
2016 What You Do Matters
2015 Share of Abundance
2015 Share of Abundance

Current Financial Information
FY17 CBSC Form 990

Child Abuse Statistics

Children’s Bureau understands how important it is for our community to be educated on child abuse in the Los Angeles & surrounding Southern California area. We put together a list of statistics pertaining to child abuse in order to help shed light on the issues our community faces. Help spread awareness, and visit the affiliate links on our Tools & Resources page for further information.

  • There were more than 220,000 reports of child abuse and neglect in Los Angeles and Orange Counties in 2017 and over 32 percent of these children were under 5 years old. (Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services; Orange County Social Services Agency Child Abuse Registry Statistics, University of California at Berkeley California Child Welfare Indicators Project)
  • In the United States in 2000, over 3 million child abuse and neglect reports were filed and 1 million were confirmed.
  • In the United States, there are 3,000 children abused each day and four of them will die. Forty percent of these children were under the age of six.
  • The age group with the highest abuse rate is 0-3 years.
  • Nationally, the highest form of abuse is neglect followed by physical abuse.