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he National Association of Social Workers Foundation (NASWF) has announced the recipient of its Knee/Wittman Outstanding Achievement Award is Roberta Dr. Rubin Greene professor emerita at the University of Texas-Austin. She is being recognized for her contributions to health and mental health practices, particularly for older adults.
Today, NASWF Harold Lipton is recipient of its 2014 Knee/Wittman Lifetime Achievement Award for his leadership role in hospital social work in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, Ohio and California.
NASW has announced former Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) is the recipient of its 2014 National Public Elected Official of the Year award for pushing education, health care and other legislation to improve the quality of life for all Americans.
NASW announced Phyllis Mitzen is the recipient of its 2014 National Lifetime Achievement Award. Phyllis Mitzen has devoted over four decades to the social work profession and to improving the care of older Americans.
NASW announced that Reverend Ann E. Helmke is recipient of its 2014 National Public Citizen of the Year Award for the tremendous contributions she has made serving people who are often marginalized in our society, including those who are homeless or victims of abuse.
Today, NASW announced their involvement with "The Campaign to Change Direction," a national initiative to create a new story in America about mental health, mental illness, and mental wellness.
With almost two years remaining before her final term ends, NASW stands ready to work with Senator Mikulski in her efforts to enact legislation that benefits American families and communities.
Today, NASW launched its celebration of National Social Work Month in March and the 60th anniversary of the association with activities that highlight this year's theme, "Social Work Paves the Way for Change."
The New York Community Trust (NYCT) has awarded the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) a $585,000 grant that will be used to educate and train more social workers to strengthen the delivery of healthcare services in the United States.
NASW statement on Obama's State of The Union Address for 2014