Pride in Parenting (PIP) Targeted Outcomes

By influencing mothers’ knowledge, attitudes, skills, and behaviors surrounding parenting, health, nutrition, and use of health services, PIP aimed to (1) increase mothers’ use of preventative health care for both themselves and their children and (2) improve the safety and structure of child-rearing environments. PIP also targeted social competence, or the ability to obtain and maintain a network of social support at the community, family, and personal levels.