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The Knee/Wittman Awards are given to recognize individuals who are models of excellence and have made significant contributions in the field of health and mental health.
The International Rhoda G. Sarnat Award is given to an individual, group, or organization that has significantly advanced the public image of professional social work.
The Knee/Wittman Outstanding Achievement Award recognizes an individual or group that has had a significant impact on national health and/or mental health public policy, professional standards, or exemplary program models.
A congressional hearing held on July 12 about child deaths due to maltreatment called on national experts to explain why the number of child deaths has been undercounted. The hearing coincided with the release of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) report on child abuse and neglect deaths associated with the child welfare system.
The Institute of Medicine is turning to social workers for input on the mental health and substance use workforce that serves America’s older adults.
Every day a child in the U.S. dies from child abuse and neglect. In many instances, these horrific deaths could be prevented.
Shapleigh is a long-term supporter of a wide range of social work issues in Texas.
Ms. Chéry is an activist in the field of youth and gang violence prevention.
She is recognized for her longstanding commitment to medical social work and community building in Maryland.
Through her advocacy, she works closely with elected officials, community leaders, clergy and consumers to heighten awareness about health, education, employment, and disabilities issues that impact the community.