County-by-county searchable database on child abuse, neglect

Use Bridge's searchable database to check the child abuse/neglect rate for your home county. (The rate reflects the number of reported cases per 1,000 residents age 0 to 17.)

CountyCases per thousand 2011
ALCONA11.3
ALGER6.1
ALLEGAN17.7
ALPENA25.9
ANTRIM25.2
ARENAC25.0
BARAGA20.6
BARRY19.0
BAY13.0
BENZIE18.8
BERRIEN19.2
BRANCH40.3
CALHOUN20.9
CASS14.5
CHARLEVOIX18.7
CHEBOYGAN35.0
CHIPPEWA18.3
CLARE17.6
CLINTON9.7
CRAWFORD21.5
DELTA8.8
DICKINSON16.9
EATON17.8
EMMET14.2
GENESEE21.4
GLADWIN14.5
GOGEBIC22.7
GRAND TRAVERSE12.3
GRATIOT14.6
HILLSDALE31.6
HOUGHTON7.1
HURON12.1
INGHAM24.6
IONIA26.1
IOSCO23.5
IRON20.3
ISABELLA16.9
JACKSON19.7
KALAMAZOO31.4
KALKASKA27.0
KENT16.6
KEWEENAW*
LAKE36.3
LAPEER13.1
LEELANAU12.3
LENAWEE11.6
LIVINGSTON6.3
LUCE18.5
MACKINAC18.3
MACOMB8.8
MANISTEE24.6
MARQUETTE15.1
MASON30.4
MECOSTA32.5
MENOMINEE13.3
MIDLAND11.1
MISSAUKEE31.6
MONROE9.7
MONTCALM18.8
MONTMORENCY21.3
MUSKEGON27.1
NEWAYGO22.7
OAKLAND5.8
OCEANA20.7
OGEMAW28.5
ONTONAGON17.7
OSCEOLA26.6
OSCODA21.2
OTSEGO21.1
OTTAWA5.4
PRESQUE ISLE17.1
ROSCOMMON41.5
SAGINAW22.0
SAINT CLAIR15.0
SAINT JOSEPH18.0
SANILAC14.8
SCHOOLCRAFT20.7
SHIAWASSEE26.7
TUSCOLA16.1
VAN BUREN18.7
WASHTENAW8.9
WAYNE10.3
WEXFORD31.6
DETROIT17.0

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