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Show Pride in the Profession: Professional Social Worker Pin!

NASW Professional Social Worker Pins

The NASW Social Work Pin Program enables social workers to show pride and commitment to the profession at the same time they support our National Social Work Public Education Campaign. The Social Work Pin Program is available to individuals who make a donation to the NASW Foundation, as well as to schools of social work that purchase professional social worker ... Read More »

Celebrate Your Graduate—Save 30% Off Select Books!

NASW Press Graduation Sale 2022

Buy one, two, or best deal: all three. Valuable tools graduates can use! The Social Work Ethics Casebook: Cases and Commentary, 2nd Edition by Frederic G. Reamer This book’s realistic ethics cases provide a useful tool for discussing ethical dilemmas and ethical decision making. Following each set of cases, Reamer includes commentary highlighting key ethics concepts and references to relevant ... Read More »

Relief Organizations Working in Ukraine, Statements from Social Work Groups

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Here are some organizations offering relief to Ukrainian refugees. Ukraine Relief Organizations Care Ukraine Crisis Fund Doctors Without Borders Unicef World Central Kitchen International Rescue Committee International Committee of the Red Cross UN Crisis Relief Save the Children Statements from Social Work Organizations on war against Ukraine National Association of Social Workers International Federation of Social Workers Irish Association of ... Read More »

Share why you think The Time is Right for Social Work as we prepare for March 25 Celebration!

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The Social Work Leadership Roundtable on March 25 will celebrate Social Work Month with a Facebook Live event focusing on this year’s theme – “The Time is Right for Social Work.” In preparation for the celebration, we are gathering photos, videos, quotes, testimonials, poems and other content that show why social work is more valuable than ever. Submit your “time ... Read More »

Celebrate Social Work Month with NASW Press: 20% Off Books and eBooks!

Social Work Month

Diagnosing and Treating Dissociative Identity Disorder by Gregory L. Nooney Dissociative identity disorder (DID), previously known as multiple personality disorder, is a misunderstood and often underdiagnosed condition. Whether you are a new social worker or an experienced frontline staffer who is new to DID, Diagnosing and Treating Dissociative Identity Disorder is the resource that can help. Using case studies, diagnostic ... Read More »

NASW joins amicus on timing of Equal Rights Amendment

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The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and the ERA Coalition, along with numerous women-centered advocacy groups and organizations that work against sex-based discrimination and violence, on January 10, 2022 participated in an amicus brief supporting the view that Article V of the U.S. Constitution did not intend to recognize a time limit on the ratification process of the Equal ... Read More »

Have Eight Minutes To Share Your Thoughts On Client Alcohol Use?

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We want to know what you know—and wish you knew—about client alcohol use. Eight minutes is all it takes to help us better train and educate social workers who serve women, families, and others who may be at risk for alcohol-related problems, including alcohol use disorders and alcohol-exposed pregnancies. Your responses will be completely anonymous. NASW, along with other leading medical groups, ... Read More »

Celebrate Black History Month with NASW Press: 20% Off Select Books and eBooks!

Celebrate Black History Month with NASW Press: 20% Off Select Books and eBooks!

African American Leadership: An Empowerment Tradition in Social Welfare History by Iris B. Carlton-LaNey, Editor Sixteen painstakingly researched chapters, written by social workers, highlight the distinct roles of African American social work pioneers from the 1890s through the 1940s. The book discusses the birth of social welfare activities, both informal and formal, and introduces founding members of organizations such as ... Read More »

Donate Today: Join NASW Foundation in Uplifting Communities and Changing Futures!

Happy Holidays!

This Holiday Season the NASW Foundation extends warm wishes and deep appreciation to professional social workers who work tirelessly to address some of society’s most challenging issues. You make the world a better place and we salute you for your skills, knowledge, energy, devotion, and compassion. “Thank you, thank you, for all you do!” As the year winds down, we ... Read More »