With institutional review board approval from Montefiore Medical Center, we conducted anonymous surveys during the first and last sessions of each round of the workshop. Questions for the survey were borrowed from previously validated survey instruments in the domains of demographic characteristics, risk factor inventory, knowledge, self-efficacy, and customer satisfaction. Entrance and exit surveys were matched by mother's birth date, allowing preservation of anonymity. Transit passes with a value of $10 were given as an incentive to participants completing both the entrance and exit surveys. More than 40 surveys were completed, but only seven participants completed both the entrance and exit surveys. Respondents were mostly single, African American, and ages 25 to 49, with roughly an equal number of men and women. Despite promising trends in knowledge (from 68% to 80%) and self-efficacy (from 77% to 84%), the sample was too small to analyze.