Social Work Advocates: 2021 December – 2022 January Issue

sw adv 2021 dec 2022 jan coverIn case you missed it, here are some of the features in the latest issue of Social Work Advocates.

Top stories include:

Vaccine Education: CDC Grant Will Help Train Social Workers to Inform Clients, Communities

A new initiative will help equip social workers with information so they can talk to clients about the benefits of the COVID-19 vaccines.

Economic Inequality: CDAs, Financial Social Work Part of the Solution

Child Development Accounts (CDAs) and financial social work are part of the solution to economic inequality.

From the President: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Can Be the Profession’s Sankofa

As we approach the holidays, the NASW board of directors and I wish everyone a wonderful new year. I readily admit 2021 was a tumultuous year for me that was packed with anticipation and unknowns.

From the CEO: Social Progress Requires Ongoing Maintenance

The celebration of important public policy gains, such as the Build Back Better Act, also must include critical reflection on the sustainability of progress. We must realize that gains on the policy front are easily reversible.

More in the December 2021 – January 2022 digital edition:

• Editor’s Note: New Year is a Good Time to Turn Negatives Into Positives
• Social Workers in the Public Eye: Meet NASW member Suzanne Cross, PhD, ACSW, LMSW, LLC.
• Association News
• Schools of Social Work
• NASW Events Calendar: December 2021 & January 2022
• and more

To see the full digital edition, please visit this link.