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NASW partnering with Selective Service System to ensure youth do not miss opportunities Jun 26th, 2014
Photo courtesy of Selective Service System. Did you know millions of young men miss out on important opportunities because they fail to register for the Selective Service? The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) has partnered with the Selective Service System to help inform young men — and especially at-risk young men — of the requirement to register with Selective Service when they turn 18. NASW... 
One Person, One Action, One Nation: United Against Elder Abuse Jun 13th, 2014
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, June 15   Every year, at least one in 10 older adults experiences elder abuse, neglect, or exploitation. Moreover, researchers estimate that, for every reported case of elder abuse, another 23.5 cases go unreported. Social workers play essential roles in preventing, identifying, and addressing elder abuse. That’s why every action by every individual is needed to end elder abuse... 
June is PRIDE Month Jun 6th, 2014
On June 1, 2014, President Barack Obama declared June as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month. The President’s proclamation outlined the important legislative changes that advance LGBT equity that have occurred at the state and federal level.  The President also noted that the Obama Administration “proudly stands alongside all those who fight for LGBT rights.”    He highlighted important... 
NASW 2014 CONFERENCE BREAKOUT SESSSIONS ANNOUNCED Jun 4th, 2014
forget your ex NASW 2014 CONFERENCE BREAKOUT SESSSIONS ANNOUNCED NASW has a stellar line-up of breakout sessions for the NASW 2014 Conference. Below is a short list of the 100 sessions that will be offered: ? The Power of Happiness: Positive Psychology and its Implications for Treatment ? Recurring Themes in Ethical Social Work Practice: Essential Resources for Even The Most Seasoned Practice ? Addressing the Social Work... 
NASW: Nigeria schoolgirl kidnappings underscore global human trafficking problem May 8th, 2014
Unidentified mothers of the kidnapped Nigerian girls protest for help in gaining their release. Photo courtesy of The Columbian. The terrorist kidnapping of more than 200 girls from their boarding school in Nigeria and the threat they could be sold into the human trafficking market is a tragic and frightening event and social workers around the world should advocate for their release. Social workers should also educate... 
Free NASW-CSWE Webinar: Social Work Practice in Integrated Care Settings Apr 10th, 2014
Photo courtesy of the Department of Health and Human Services. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is altering the delivery of behavioral health services, moving toward a model of behavioral health integration in primary care settings. Learn about this rapidly changing practice area from Suzanne Daub, LCSW, an NASW member and Senior Integrated Health Consultant for the National Council for Behavioral... 
Special Issue of Health & Social Work on Service Members, Veterans, and Their Families Mar 26th, 2014
Approximately 2.2 million service members make up the U.S. all-volunteer force in the active, National Guard, and Reserve components, representing less than one percent of all U.S. citizens. Furthermore, veterans constitute seven percent of the country’s population, or almost 22 million persons, with ten percent of those being female. The largest living cohort of veterans served during the Vietnam era. Advancing medical... 
April 16: A Day to Consider and Communicate Your Health Care Choices Mar 10th, 2014
NASW is pleased to continue its support for National Healthcare Decisions Day, now in its seventh year. Join the observance by encouraging your clients to consider, discuss, and document their goals for their health care—and by preparing, reviewing, and sharing your own advance directives. Advance care planning is more than a document. It’s an ongoing process that can help each individual direct her or his health... 
March 10th – Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Mar 10th, 2014
One in four people with HIV in the United States are women or girls over the age of 13.   It is estimated that over 25,000 women and girls in the U.S. do not know they are living with HIV. On March 10, National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health is reaching out to ask our help to reduce the stigma of HIV and reach out and educate. Social workers can make... 
Special Issue of Children & Schools on School Social Workers and Military-Connected Schools Mar 6th, 2014
It is estimated that the children of parents either who are currently in the military or who are veterans numbers over 4 million in the United States. These children and their families have and/or continue to experience multiple deployments, family separation, frequent transitions and relocations, and other stressful life events that their non-military-connected peers usually do not undergo. Supportive school environments... 

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