NASW’s Delegate Assembly approved its priority goals for the next three years, as well as revisions to 14 public policy statements that had been under review.
Social Work Month, which is observed each March, provides an opportunity to celebrate and elevate the social work profession. The theme for Social Work Month 2021 is “Social Workers Are Essential.”
The cases are Fulton v. City of Philadelphia and California v. Texas, consolidated with Texas v. California.
One of the ways grief is normalized is talking about it, said Beryl Cohen, executive director of the Indiana chapter. “We should talk to kids about whatever they want to talk about. Kids deal with it differently. There are developmental stages of grief for children.”
Tonie Protzman, NASW- Alaska’s executive director, said the chapter is building a library of programs that will be on demand and available to all members.
“I think we have the responsibility as part of our social work values to make sure we’re meeting the needs of the profession and the professionals—and meeting the needs of self-care,” says New Mexico Chapter Executive Director Mika Tari.
NASW supports the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement (MORE) Act, which seeks to decriminalize marijuana.
NASW joined more than 235 organizations in sending a November letter to then President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice-President-Elect Kamala Harris, calling on them to use executive authority to cancel federal student debt on day one of their administration.
NASW urges Congress and the Biden administration to include student loan debt relief, among other provisions, in future relief packages.
Debra Fromm Faria, LCSW, discusses the importance of volunteering at NASW. She is the Region III director on NASW’s national board, which represents New York State.
A “Virtual Night at the Awards, A Night to Remember” ceremony showcased social work excellence with the prestigious NASW and NASW Foundation Awards.
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