Social Work in Action
NASW commended Major League Baseball for its decision to move its All-Star Game out of Atlanta to protest Georgia’s restrictive voting rights laws.
NASW issued a statement that it again forcefully calls for the nation to raise its collective voices and commit to ending hate, racism, and gun violence.
The U.S. Department of Defense, as part of an initiative to promote licensure portability for military spouses, has awarded a $500,000 grant for the development of an interstate licensure compact for social workers.
Beginning in April of this year, social work clients must be given immediate access to their health information in their electronic health records without charge.
It is important social workers step back and look at themselves personally and professionally so that they can be the best versions of themselves.
NASW is hosting its National Virtual Conference, June 22-24, called “2021, Social Workers Are Essential.”
NASW volunteer leaders discuss why giving back to your professional association is important.
Social workers are known for helping people recover following a disaster, and the NASW Social Work Disaster Assistance Fund is there to aid social workers who themselves have been impacted by disasters.