Young fathers: unseen but not invisible

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Mark Osborn , UK

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There is an ever-growing body of research that evidences the need for services to engage with young fathers in order to improve outcomes for their children. While some specialist services are engaging effectively with this client group, the majority of mainstream services struggle to develop strategies to engage with these young men. This article argues that identifying young fathers as ‘hard to reach’ does nothing to redress this and that systematic engagement is the key to developing good practice.

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