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Holiday Sale 2018: Save Up To 60% On Select NASW Press Print Books Through Midnight January 3!

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To order NASW Press Annual Holiday Sale print books, call 1-800-227-3590 or visit the NASW Press website. Your discount will automatically be applied on these select print book titles prior to your final credit card charge December 10 through midnight January 3. For the latest information about all NASW Press titles, including books, eBooks, reference works, journals, brochures, and standards, ... Read More »

New Titles From NASW Press on Aging, Child Welfare, Foster Care, and Bullying Prevention

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PRACTICE. PROCESS. PROGRESS. POLICY. PREVENTION. PERSPECTIVE.  Your Search for All Things Social Work Starts with NASW Press: Our Latest Book and eBook Titles Foundations of Social Work Practice in the Field of Aging: A Competency-Based Approach, 2nd edition, written by Colleen M. Galambos, Roberta R. Greene, Nancy P. Kropf, and Harriet L. Cohen, relies on the latest Council on Social Work Education core ... Read More »

Black Friday Sale: Save 30% On Select NASW Press Books!

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To order NASW Press Black Friday Sale books, call 1-800-227-3590 or visit the NASW Press website. The promo code BLKF18 will be applied on these select titles on all website orders prior to the final credit card charge, November 21 through midnight November 27.   For the latest information about all NASW Press titles, including books, eBooks, reference works, journals, ... Read More »

NASW Mississippi Chapter calls for removal of Cindy Hyde-Smith from ballot for U.S. Senate

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The National Association of Social Workers, Mississippi Chapter is calling for the immediate removal of candidate Cindy Hyde-Smith from the ballot for the U. S. Senate. Hyde-Smith, a white Republican from Mississippi, was at a speaking engagement in Tupelo and responded to praise about her from host with “If he invited me to a public hanging, I’d be on the ... Read More »

Visit NASW Press for the Very Latest on All Things Social Work – A Snapshot of the Latest Titles

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PRACTICE. PROCESS. PROGRESS. POLICY. PREVENTION. PERSPECTIVE.  Your Search for All Things Social Work Starts with NASW Press Our Latest Book and eBook Titles In Engaging Human Services with Evidence-Informed Practice, Debbie Plath outlines five phases of an organizational approach to implementing Evidence-Informed Practice (EIP). She guides readers through the development of practice questions; the gathering, critical appraisal, and integration of evidence; and client ... Read More »

Visit NASW Press For All Things Social Work!

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 PRACTICE. PROCESS. PROGRESS. POLICY. PREVENTION. PERSPECTIVE.  Your Search for All Things Social Work Starts with NASW Press Our Latest Book and eBook Titles  The third edition of Ethical Standards in Social Work, written by Frederic G. Reamer, offers the social work profession the only in-depth analysis of the Code of Ethics of the National Association of Social Workers. The code provides social workers with ... Read More »

Meet NASW’s New CE Tracker

You’ve spoken, and we’ve listened. We’ve heard time and time again how hard it is to keep track of all the state mandated requirements for your license renewal, so we’ve created something that will make the process easier. Meet  CE Tracker. CE Tracker is an online tool developed to help you figure out exactly what you need to renew your social ... Read More »

Government programs stand to lose millions

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By Josette Keelor, News contributor The Trump administration has proposed $763 billion in budget cuts over the next 10 years. These cuts would repeal the Affordable Care Act and eliminate the Medicaid expansion, as well as greatly change how the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) functions and set up work requirements for many who receive government subsidies — all programs ... Read More »

NASW official: Japanese American World War II internment camp survivors show solidarity with today’s immigrant children

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As the nation continues to witness the chaos resulting from the Trump Administration’s “zero tolerance” policy of separating children from their parents when they enter the United States, many organizations including the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) have decried this cruel, inhumane and immoral policy.  Social workers along with many other mental health professionals are shocked that our government has been engaged ... Read More »