Children, Youth, and Families
Nurturing families and permanent connections are critical to a childâ€™s well-being. While most parents want to do what is best for their families, they cannot always do it alone. Social workers specialize in building upon the strengths within a family and their community to help provide a safe and loving environment for their children however, in some instances; they must intervene to protect children from harm.
NASW Practice Perspectives are valuable members-only resources that provide insight on trends affecting social work practice.
The NASW Credentialing Center administers NASW Professional Social Work Credentials and NASW Advanced Practice Specialty Credentials.
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The Child Welfare SPS provides NASW members with free Continuing Education credits and up-to-date information on practice issues and trends.