Read updates from the association's national office and local Chapters.
NASW's 2021 Blueprint of Federal Social Policy Priorities outlines for the Biden Administration urgently needed policy solutions.
Social workers honored recently include Rep. Ross Wilburn, Sandra Edmonds Crewe, and Michael Lindsey.
Mindfulness can help rewire some of the bias messages people have but may be unaware of.
Self-care is an ethical imperative for social workers, and is linked to competent practice as we go through stressors, says chapter Executive Director Karen Franklin.
Incorporating meditation into client therapy can help them lower stress and anxiety.
More than 30 mental health organizations are collaborating to address the future of mental health and substance use care in America.
Older Americans Month in May celebrates not only the resilience of older Americans, but also the power of connection and engagement in building strong communities.
The U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021, if passed, will help an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the U.S. become legal citizens.
Volunteer leaders from the Utah and Wisconsin chapters discuss why giving time to your professional organization is important.
As the NASW Foundation celebrates its 20th year this year, we will write about its various programs. In this issue, you can read about the NASW Social Work Pioneer® program.
NASW members, sign in to read this issue of Social Work Advocates as a flipbook.
View our calendar of upcoming conferences, webinars and other events at NASW and related organizations.
Find events for April & May 2021
Read about NASW members quoted in the mainstream media.
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