Mother & ChildA nurturing childhood leads to a strong, productive adult who will contribute great things to our society. But let’s face it, raising children is challenging and difficult even in the best situations. So, where do our most vulnerable families turn when they don’t have the support they need?

Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Report – Preventing Crime through Voluntary Home Visiting (January 2019)

Childhood Begins at Home Webinar (December 2018)

Childhood Begins at Home Report (2017)

Pennsylvania Fact Sheet (2017)

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* Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children updated the data contained in this report on April 18, 2018 due to a change in the Department of Human Services (DHS) published data. If you have a copy of the previously printed report, please note that the data cited in source notes 2 and 3 was retrieved on March 14, 2018. DHS updated the data as they discovered a data error.