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NASW Supports Platform for Divided We Fail Campaign

NASW has signed on to support the platform of Divided We Fail, a new coalition promoting access to health care and long-term financial stability for all Americans. AARP, Business Roundtable, and Service Employees International Union (SEIU) formed the coalition in January 2007 “to amplify the message that obtaining health and long-term financial security is vital for all Americans,” the group’s ... Read More »

Social Work in the News – November 9, 2007

Seasonal Affective Disorder WJFW-TV – Rhinelander, WI Clinical Social Worker, Jim Sherwood, says, “As you move up North, there’s a much bigger difference between summer and winter and the amount of light from … Serving a purpose: Navy ‘grease monkey’ now serves through social work West Salem Coulee News – West Salem, WI But the decorated Navy veteran is now ... Read More »

Social Work in the News – November 7, 2007

Providing support for students with global perspectives Daily Trojan Online – Los Angeles, CA … business executives or journalists,” said Maria Pozo-Humphreys, co-founder of the group and clinical social worker at the Counseling Center. … America’s Leading Marriage and Family Therapist Announces a New … Emediawire (press release) – Ferndale, WA Real is a graduate and former faculty member of ... Read More »

Social Work in the News – November 4, 2007

‘Go buckets’ give supplies, area for relief during a lockdown East Valley Tribune – Mesa,AZ,USA … of staff and students in a way that would be private,” said Bruce Harvey, clinical social worker and coordinator of emergency services for the district. … ‘Aging in place’ an increasing option for seniors North County Times – Escondido,CA,USA “Most people want to stay ... Read More »

Social Work in the News – November 1, 2007

YWCA thanks School of Social Work for diversity UW Badger Herald, WI by Logan Jaffe The University of Wisconsin announced Wednesday the School of Social Work is being awarded for creatively diversifying its student population … ‘A Call to Service’ to promote jobs in government, public policy Washington University Record, MO The series, sponsored by the Gephardt Institute for Public ... Read More »

Social Work in the News – October 31, 2007

Empowering women, one stitch at a time – Denver,CO,USA … was established in 2005 by Executive Director Carol Lease and Mental Health Counselor Joycee Kennedy LCSW to provide support for participants in need of … Staff opts to stay at hospital during fire Inland Valley Daily Bulletin – Ontario,CA,USA Clinical social worker Gloria Fernandez, who did everything from answering ... Read More »

Social Work in the News – October 30, 2007

Woman honored for her work on adoption front, VT By Gail Callahan WINOOSKI — Dorsey Naylor has spent 40 years working in the social work field, and her advocacy skills have earned her respect statewide. … Foster care stipend makes finding parents tough Asheville Citizen-Times, NC Earlier this month, Children’s Rights, the National Foster Parent Association and the University ... Read More »

Social Work in the News – October 29, 2007

Eric Albers named 2007 Social Worker of the Year UNR NevadaNews – Reno, NV, USA “Receiving this award was a total surprise to me,” said Albers, an associate professor in the University of Nevada, Reno‘s School of Social Work. … New: Shining light on SAD Kane County Chronicle – Geneva, IL, USA Cathi Hendricks, a licensed clinical social worker at ... Read More »