In 2014, EMPath introduced a new model to help whole families exit poverty and achieve economic self-sufficiency. The Intergenerational Mobility Project (Intergen) is grounded in a deep understanding of how children develop in an environment of relationships – and how a parent’s ability to meet life’s challenges is intertwined with the well-being of their children.

Intergen vs 2-Gen: What's the difference?

Learn about the differences between the Intergen and 2-Gen direct service approaches

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The Intergen Project was designed with support from the Frontiers of Innovation at the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University.