SPS Webinar - Tackling the Grand Challenge to End Homelessness

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Launched in 2016, the Grand Challenges for Social Work initiative that was sponsored by the American Academy of Social Work & Social Welfare (AASWSW) represents a dynamic social agenda focused on solving this nation’s toughest problems. The grand challenge to end homelessness (GC2EH) was adopted as part of this initiative as a way to orient the social work profession and advance innovation and evidence-based solutions. In this webinar we will review a number of major initiatives or advances in workforce development and research that have been implemented by schools of social work across the United States to address the GC2EH. We will also discuss ongoing and persistent institutional and structural factors, including systemic racism and income/wealth inequality, that perpetuate or exacerbate the problem of homelessness. Much of the work that has been accomplished during the first 5 years of the GC2EH lays the groundwork for progress over the next 5 years.

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SPS Webinar

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Differentiation between Physiological Dependency and Substance Use Disorder. Prevention and Intervention

Presenter: Jennifer Kljajic, LCSW

CEs: 1.5 Substance Use Disorder

The opioid epidemic is the most serious public health issue our country is facing today. Currently, we are all more likely to lose someone close to us to opioids than a car accident. In this training, Jennifer Kljajic, LCSW and Director of Therapy will differentiate between “As Prescribed” Physiological Dependency and Substance Use Disorder as well prevention and interventions.

Cost: SPS Members: Free / Non-SPS NASW Members: $20 / Non-NA

Reproductive Decision Making with Clients: Where Are We Now?

Specialty Practice Sections Webinar

Rochelle Wilder 0 742
1-2 p.m.

Presenter : Melissa Bell, Ph.D., L.S.W. 

CEs: 1 Social Work contact hour

In light of potential changes in reproductive health policies, this webinar will present challenges, options, and strategies to empower social work clients with their reproductive decision making (RDM). Presenters will discuss the use of a case-based model which is adaptable to the wants and needs of their clients and their communities.

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