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NASW News Releases

Entries for 2016

Nov 10, 2016

Pope Francis’ visit to the United States in September provided an opportunity for Americans to hear his views on ideals important to social work, particularly in the area of advancing social, economic and environmental justice worldwide.

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Nov 09, 2016

Congressional social work champions introduced legislation on Oct. 8 that will improve older Americans’ access to mental health services by updating the way the Medicare program reimburses clinical social workers.

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Nov 06, 2016

The Student Advisory Council aims to be a bridge among students, young professionals, the CRISP board of directors and the Congressional Social Work Caucus.

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Nov 04, 2016

NASW members, read the full digital edition of the November 2016 NASW News.

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Nov 03, 2016

Social workers featured in National news: David Bingaman, Sky Westerlund, Amber Burkhardt-Sidebottom, and Joanne Goldblum.

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Nov 02, 2016

Amid reports that show a widening gap between the nation’s top earners and those who earn much less, social workers have stepped up efforts in the struggle for economic justice in the U.S.

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Nov 01, 2016

The political season has been an active time for our association and members. The official endorsement of national and local candidates for key positions is an important role.

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Oct 04, 2016

NASW members, read the full digital edition of the October 2016 NASW News.

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Oct 03, 2016

Social workers in the national news.

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Oct 02, 2016

Collaboration between law enforcement agencies and the people and organizations they serve means officers and citizens get to know each other so they can work together to define and solve problems in their own communities.

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