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Association will work with allies to reverse decision
Legislation would boost public access to social worker mental heath services, offer clinical social workers more adequate reimbursement
NASW standards call for at least one social worker per 250 students in schools
Often it is young people who lead adults to do the right thing. NASW stands ready to support and work with them to make our nation a safer place.
Public health crisis declaration would mandate officials to develop strategies to reduce gun-related deaths and injuries.
The theme of this
year’s Social Work Month is “Social Workers: Leaders. Advocates. Champions."
Association condemns President's racist comments toward Haiti, El Salvador and African nations
NASW was deeply troubled when it was widely reported that budget employees for the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) were told by their leadership that in preparing their fiscal 2019 budgets, they could not use seven specific words and phrases. The offensive words include vulnerable, entitlement, diversity, transgender, fetus, evidence-based, and science-based. This is extremely problematic because the targeted words help to describe populations and quality control standards that are essential for managing threats to the nation’s public health and well-being.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The National Association of Social Workers (NASW), a
membership organization of more than 120,000 members with a long history of
advocating for the nation’s most vulnerable and underrepresented populations, is
writing in opposition to the confirmation of Don Willett to the U.S. Court of
Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Judge Willett, a justice on the Texas Supreme Court
since 2005, has held radical positions that have impinged on the rights of
vulnerable and marginalized Americans throughout his career, both on and off the
bench, and NASW opposes this federal lifetime appointment to the Fifth
WASHINGTON, D.C. - As a member of the broad national community of advocates for
economic justice and equity for low and moderate income Americans, the National
Association of Social Workers (NASW) is opposed to the Tax Cut and Jobs Act.
This bill, as written, would produce a windfall for the “super
rich” while decimating safety-net programs that serve low-income elderly,
children and families. The tax cut bill was recently passed by the House of
Representatives and it is now in the hands of the Senate. The Senate’s version
of the tax bill, which retains the massive tax cuts for businesses and the