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Suffer the Little Children: An Assessment of the Economic Cost of Child Maltreatment
Report Published on November 13, 2014

In addition to the very real and often lifelong effects on the individuals involved, child maltreatment also imposes substantial economic costs which can be quantified in a comprehensive manner. When properly measured, child maltreatment drains literally trillions of dollars in long-term business activity.

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The Economic Costs of Child Maltreatment
Infographic Published on November 13, 2014

Every year, millions of children in the United States suffer from some type of abuse or neglect. Even beyond the horrific physical and mental costs of child maltreatment, there is also a tremendous economic cost. This infographic summarizes some of the key findings in our report, Suffer the Children: An Assessment of the Economic Costs of Child Maltreatment.

Child Maltreatment Is a Trillion‑dollar Drain on the Economy
Press Release Released on November 10, 2014

In addition to the very real and often lifelong effects on the individuals involved, child maltreatment also imposes substantial economic costs which can be quantified in a comprehensive manner. When properly measured, child maltreatment drains literally trillions of dollars in long-term business activity.