An extensive body of research has linked home visiting programs with a wide variety of benefits for children and parents. Previous research has explored home visiting engagement and retention, but most analyses have relied on administrative program data to explore engagement patterns. This project was designed to provide deeper information from the perspective of parents. Semi-structured telephone interviews were conducted with 320 parents. These parents included people who graduated from programs or who were enrolled with long-term participation, parents who enrolled in the program but left early, and parents who were referred to the program but did not enroll.