Event date: 7/27/2022 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Export event
Cat McDonald
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Supporting Afghan Evacuees in U.S. Resettlement Through a Social Work Lens


CE credits: 1.5 Social Work

Over 78,000 Afghans were evacuated from Afghanistan to the United States in August 2021, following the U.S. troop withdrawal. Individuals and families are being resettled throughout the country, and a variety of organizations are helping to support their adjustment to life in a new society.

Learn about opportunities for social workers to play a role in supporting Afghan resettlement and resources to support social workers in these efforts.

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