NASW Joins Unified Vision

a unified vision for transforming mental health and substance use care

NASW has joined a collaboration of more than 30 mental health organizations that have signed onto a Unified Vision, a seven-pillar roadmap developed to address the future of mental health and substance use care in America.

“As the nation’s largest provider of mental and behavioral health services, social workers recognize that promoting improved mental health and well-being for all people, especially for Black, Brown and Indigenous people, requires transformative systemic and structural changes,” said NASW CEO Angelo McClain. “We welcome the opportunity to collaborate in new ways to realize the aspirations outlined in the Unified Vision.”

The collaboration is the only group of its kind to include the chief executives of the nation’s premier mental health and substance use care organizations—all working in unprecedented unity to advance core issues in the U.S.

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