PFS Project Fact Sheets

Fact Sheet

South Carolina Nurse-Family Partnership Project

More than 280,000 children in South Carolina (27 percent) live in poverty, and more than half of babies in South Carolina are born to low-income mothers who qualify for Medicaid.
Fact Sheet

Connecticut Family Stability Project

In 2013, more than half of the families involved with the Connecticut Department of Children and Families struggled with substance abuse.
Fact Sheet

Denver Social Impact Bond Program

Individuals experiencing chronic homelessness disproportionately utilize significant government resources in the form of emergency room visits, mental health services, substance abuse detoxification and treatment, criminal justice resources, and other services.
Fact Sheet

Project Welcome Home

On any given night in Santa Clara County, more than 6,500 people experience homelessness, over 2,200 of whom can be classified as chronically homeless.