KidSucceed LLC provides early-stage Pay for Success advisory services and program outcomes development services in early childhood, homelessness, and health care.

Our Services

We guide clients through the complex early stages of Pay for Success project development and program outcomes development.

Viability & Pre-Feasibility

Explore Pay for Success for your community

We convene stakeholders and help communities determine whether to move forward with Pay for Success.

Our Pre-Feasibility Services


Evaluate the feasibility of your project

We help communities design their Pay for Success project and assess its feasibility.

Our Feasibility Services


Demonstrate the value of your organization's services

We help organizations develop meaningful and measurable program outcomes.

Outcomes Services

About KidSucceed LLC

KidSucceed LLC was started by Phil Peterson after a 38-year consulting career in human resources and risk management.

Phil specializes in early childhood and homelessness Pay for Success (PFS) strategies using social impact financing. His work includes assisting states and local jurisdictions with advisory services in developing PFS projects in the areas of early childhood education, parental/family education for young children, pre/post-natal home visiting, and housing and treatment programs for homeless individuals and families.

Learn more about us

Making a Lasting Social Impact: The Importance of Early Childhood

By Phil Peterson | From the Econsult Solutions Blog

Quality early childhood programs have proven to be valuable for helping young children become school-ready and more successful in school and life. The evidence is especially clear that both quality pre/post-natal home visiting and pre-K schooling make substantial differences in opportunity, a child’s ability to adapt socio-emotionally, perform at grade level, graduate from high school, and maintain employment.

Better performance in school, less need for special education, less grade retention, and higher graduation rates are only a few of the advantages of quality early childhood programs. But who benefits?

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