Child and youth welfare

Support for education - supervised minors

2021
41 726
Gone up 8,4 % zu 2020

Full education - supervised minors

2021
12 871
Gone up 1,5 % zu 2020

Expenses for child and youth welfare

2021
759,0 Mio. Euro
Gone up 8,1 % zu 2020

Description

The central objective and task of child and youth welfare (KJH) is to ensure the well-being of children and young people. The child and youth welfare statistics are based on the annual tabular reports from the federal states. The primary basis for the annual collection and publication of statistical data on KJH is the Federal Child and Youth Welfare Act 2013. The statistical mandate of the federal law (§ 15) refers to the following areas of activity and performance of the KJH: social services, support for education, full education, risk assessments, help for young adults, domestic and cross-border adoptions and legal representation; it is stipulated that the numerical utilization of these services (partly as the number of recipients, broken down by age and gender, partly as the number of services) and the financial expenditure for the public KJH (expenditure and income) are to be recorded.

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Highlights

Number of children and adolescents supported by child and youth welfare in 2021 (table)

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, Child and youth welfare statistics. Compiled on 28 July 2022.

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, Child and youth welfare statistics. Compiled on 28 July 2022.

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, Child and youth welfare statistics. Compiled on 28th July 2022.

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, Child and youth welfare statistics. Compiled on 28 July 2022.

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, Child and youth welfare statistics. Compiled on 28 July 2022.

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Serhan Marcel Bilgili
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