Children, Youth, and Families

Children, Youth, and Families
Boys and Girls Running in Meadow

Nurturing families and permanent connections are critical to a child’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.

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NASW Standards

Standards for Social Work Practice in Child Welfare

Practice Perspectives

NASW Practice Perspectives are valuable members-only resources that provide insight on trends affecting social work practice.

Professional Development

NASW Credentialing Center

The NASW Credentialing Center administers NASW Professional Social Work Credentials and NASW Advanced Practice Specialty Credentials.
View a list of credentials

Child Welfare Specialty Practice Section

The Child Welfare SPS provides NASW members with free Continuing Education credits and up-to-date information on practice issues and trends.


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10/24/2014
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