Ramifications of the Interstate Licensing Compact
Case Management Today - February 14, 2023
Karen Goodenough, PhD, MSW, LGSW, NASW Minnesota Chapter executive director and co-chair of NASW’s Licensure Task Force, and Sarah Butts, MSW, NASW Director of Public Policy, said the compact is a significant but complex endeavor.
Stakeholder Review Sessions
The public reviewed the draft legislation with Council of State Governments representatives and heard analysis and reflections from NASW leaders.
Social Work Licensure Compact Update
In July 2022, the Council of State Governments (CSG) — in partnership with ASWB, CSWA and NASW — will circulate the Compact
draft online and by request and distribute a stakeholder review survey to gather comments and
CSG also will host regular webinars and other public review sessions to provide information, review the draft and solicit feedback.
Update on the Social Work Interstate Compact (February 14, 2023)
NASW supports changes to the Model Social Work Interstate Compact
Bill under development following the convening of partnering
organizations with the Council of State Governments.
Read the February 14, 2023 update
Draft Legislation Release
To download a copy of the draft legislation, review the fact sheet,
read FAQs, register for their weekly stakeholder review sessions, and
access the survey link to provide your comments.
Visit the Council on State Governments (CSG) to learn more.
Social Work Practice Mobility
Former NASW CEO Angelo McClain, PhD, LICSW, spoke with Mary Jo Monahan, CEO of the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) about efforts to enable social work practice mobility.
Listen to the podcast episode
The National Center for Interstate Compacts (NCIC)
NCIC serves as an information clearinghouse, provider of training and primary facilitator in the consideration, creation and revision of interstate compacts.
Learn more about NCIC