Changing Systems and Practice to Improve Outcomes for Young Fathers, Their Children and Their Families: a 2017 report written by Lisa Primus of the Center for the Study of Social Policy and funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, is an informative work on a critical population - younger fathers.
This report looks at several components of father engagement, including co-parenting, father-focused practice and service, incarcerated fathers, undocumented fathers, and intimate partner violence. The document ends with recommendations for improved outcomes and services. But if you're not into all that reading, please, please take a look at this video that accompanied the report. So important to hear from young fathers working on active engagement in the lives of their children.