By Chad Dion Lassiter, MSW No matter the generation, Black women have always been relentless advocates for change, fighting tirelessly for equality, peace, and justice. We must honor these women - the unyielding warriors who carved a path through the storm of...
No matter the generation, Black women have always been relentless advocates for change, fighting tirelessly for equality, peace, and justice.
NASW’s Maryland chapter offers its condolences to the families and friends of the victims, as well as the entire community.
This fall, I have returned to the classroom as a professor at the University of Pennsylvania and West Chester University and, as I have done so, I’m faced with students eager to become social workers.
Interpersonal Violence: The Social Work Response, edited by Tricia B. Bent-Goodley, proposes that it is essential for social workers to understand the evolving and persistent landscape of interpersonal violence, including concurrent victimization, overlapping patterns, and intersections.
In just eight minutes, you can help us better train and educate social workers who serve clients who may be at risk for substance-related problems, including substance use disorders and substance-exposed pregnancies. Your responses will be completely anonymous.
September is Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Awareness Month. As providers of mental and behavioral health services, social workers play a critical role in preventing FASDs by sharing key messages with clients who are pregnant or may become pregnant.
W.E.B. DuBois is being honored in October 2023 as a social work pioneer by the NASW Foundation.