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Restoring Hope Conference 2012

November is National Adoption Month! Here are resources for social workers

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November is National Adoption Month. This month we celebrate the families who have already been joined through adoption and call attention to the children and youth who are still waiting for a permanent family. This year’s National Adoption Month is focusing on older youth in care, specifically 15–18 year olds in foster care. This year’s theme highlights the importance of ... Read More »

The Affordable Care Act open enrollment period is shortened. Please share this important enrollment information

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The open enrollment period for the health insurance marketplace is significantly shorter this year — from November 1 to December 15, 2017. The Trump administration has also cut funding for advertising and enrollment assistance. Social workers should share enrollment information with clients, families, friends and communities to bring awareness to the narrow enrollment window.  Each of us can do our ... Read More »

Join Veterans Affairs #BeThere Campaign during Suicide Prevention Month in September

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September is National Suicide Prevention Month. The Department of Veterans Affairs, one of the largest employers of social workers, this month is running a #BeThere suicide prevention campaign for veterans and service members. The campaign offers tips we can all do to prevent people from dying by suicide. Here are other Suicide Prevention Month resources social workers that may interest ... Read More »

NASW Delegate Assembly Approves Revisions to the NASW Code of Ethics

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The Delegate Assembly of the National Association of  Social Workers (NASW) on August 4, 2017 approved the most substantive revision to the NASW Code of Ethics since 1996. After careful and charged deliberation, the Delegate Assembly voted to accept proposed revisions to the Code that focused largely on the use of technology and the implications for ethical practice. The NASW Code of Ethics continues ... Read More »

Resources from Congressional Briefing on Preventing Mistreatment of Newborn Intensive Care Unit Infants

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The National Association of Social Workers on June 27 held  a Congressional briefing that identified strategies to prevent child maltreatment of infants from the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU). The briefing enhanced awareness about NICU families, identified their unique needs and reviewed program and policy solutions that promote positive parenting outcomes. The Congressional briefing received much positive feedback and inquiries from ... Read More »

Read the Standards for Technology in Social Work Practice Q&A

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The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and three other social work organizations today released new Standards for Technology in Social Work Practice. The standards were created after two years of discussion and research. Here are some commonly asked questions about them: Q: Who worked on this project with NASW? A: The standards were created by NASW, the Council on Social ... Read More »

Dr. Jill Biden Joins Leymah Gbowee, Bob and Lee Woodruff, Dr. Kenneth Doka, Donna Brazile and Roberto Pacheco for National Social Work Conference in Washington

Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 19, 2012       CONTACT: Gail Woods Waller gwaller@naswdc.org or 202.336.8236 Dr. Jill Biden Joins Leymah Gbowee, Bob and Lee Woodruff, Dr. Kenneth Doka, Donna Brazile and Roberto Pacheco for National Social Work Conference in Washington National Association of Social Workers Conference Held July 22-25 WASHINGTON, DC (July 19, 2012)—Professional social workers play a critical role ... Read More »

Earn Up to 6 CEUs at NASW’s Pre- and Post- Hope Conference Workshops

NASW’s 2012 National Practice Conference Restoring HOPE: The Power of Social Work will convene approximately 1000 social workers in Washington, D.C. from July 22 – 25 who are inspired to improve the lives of their clients and communities. Experts in numerous fields will hold pre- and post-conference workshops to address such topics as, improving your private practice, reducing risk and ... Read More »

Join the Hope Conference Twitter Roll and Connect with Other Attendees

Join the Hope Conference Twitter Roll and follow other conference attendees during the live conference in Washington, DC.  This is a great way to experience the conference real time via the power of social media. How do I join? Post your Twitter username (@username) in the comment box below.  Your username will be added to the Twitter Roll listing below*. ... Read More »

Press Release: “Hope Conference” for Social Workers Convenes in Washington this July

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 7, 2012                                            “Hope Conference” for Social Workers Convenes in Washington this July National Association of Social Workers event will celebrate the power of hope and resiliency WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 7, 2012) The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) has announced the full program agenda for its “Restoring Hope: The Power of Social Work” national practice conference ... Read More »