Stephen Wendel, Head of Behavioral Science at Morningstar has written extensively about incorporating behavioral design into programs and products. Steve cites New Moms as a case study in his book, and discusses the book on this podcast.
The Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation (OPRE) within the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, highlighted New Moms’ Job Training Program in a case study about successful programs supporting workers with low incomes.
Investing in young moms and kids is more than kind: it makes good financial sense, too. In 2018, the Social Impact Research Center of Heartland Alliance measured the impact of New Moms’ services and found that every dollar invested in New Moms generates nearly a 4-fold financial return to the community-at-large!
New Moms’ Social Return on Investment (SROI) study tangibly illustrates that investing in young families now pays dividends for generations to come.
Click the SROI study below to learn more.
New Moms (Chicago)
5317 W. Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60651
New Moms (Western Suburbs)
206 Chicago Avenue
Oak Park, IL 60302
New Moms strengthens families by partnering with young moms as they progress toward housing stability, economic mobility, and family well-being. We envision a future where every young family thrives.