Brief | March 6, 2015

Mentors for High­-Risk Mothers

This brief makes the connection between voluntary home visiting programs, children's success in school, and workforce productivity

This report describes how investments in voluntary home visiting programs put at-risk children and families on the path toward successful, productive lives—benefitting the workforce productivity of two generations.

The future of not only our workforce, but our entire nation, depends on our helping disadvantaged children get a good start in life. Home visitation programs are proven to put children on a strong development track.

John Pepper, former CEO, Procter & Gamble


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